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Not All Americans Enjoy the Switch to Daylight Saving Time

Daylight saving time, when clocks are set forward an hour, begins on Sunday, March 13, at 2 a.m. For many people, the additional hour of sunlight means a chance to work in the garden, fire up the grill for dinner and not have to worry about toiling away in the darkness, or simply completing the evening commute before nightfall. For some, however, it means starting the day in darkness -- and an hour less sleep.

America *is* asleep on the job

The American worker has a vicious cycle going: Stay late at the office, bring work home, sleep less at night, fall asleep at work, stay late at the...