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For the first time, Americans are resetting their clocks in November instead of October ‚ÄĒ but it's really the same old drill, just a week later: The time of day is "falling back" an hour this weekend, and as a result you get to sleep in for an extra hour.
The change officially takes place at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, but most Americans tend to turn their clocks back an hour before going to bed Saturday night. (Others may forget and arrive an hour early at church or brunch.) The time switch marks the end to daylight-saving time, which started way back on the second Sunday of March.
This year marks a slight shift in routine: Instead of dropping daylight-saving time during the last weekend in October, the changeover occurs on the first weekend in November. Lawmakers lengthened the duration of daylight-saving time because they wanted to extend the energy savings that are thought to result....