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Standard Time Starts, And The Summer-Haters Celebrate

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Dreaming Up Ways To Use Fall Back's Extra Hour

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Custodian Ray Keen inspects a clock face before changing the time on a 100-year-old clock atop the Clay County Courthouse in Kansas Saturday. Americans will set their clocks forward one hour before heading to bed tonight; Daylight Saving Time officially starts Sunday at 2 a.m. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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