Daylight Savings Time Steals an Hour

For the dwindling number of Americans who still own mechanical clocks, there's a small task ahead. At exactly 2 a.m. Eastern time Sunday, daylight savings officially arrives—bringing with it the hope of a glorious extra 60 minutes of light in the coming evenings. There are, of course, some places in America that choose not to participate in daylight savings time—Hawaii and the majority of Arizona among them. Unless you live there, get ready to jump into spring head first.