As of today, we are now on "Standard Time" (EST)

As of today, we are now on "Standard Time" (EST)

Here in the USA, we have ended Daylight Savings Time (i.e. Eastern Daylight Time or EDT) and have begun Standard Time (i.e. Eastern Standard Time (EST).  Clocks were set BACK one hour as of 2:00 AM Sunday.

This means the east cost of the USA is now at GMT -0500 hours instead of GMT -0400.

The Hal Turner Radio Show still airs M-F 9:00 to 10:00 EST, but for those tuning-in from around the world to global high frequency radio station WBCQ, Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is now FIVE hours difference instead of four hours.

So when you see updates and such within news stories, the time stamps will now read EST instead of EDT.