Each autumn car owners are hit with a quietly costly enemy: leaves. They can damage anything from the paint to clogging exhaust pipes.
Autumn leaf peeping is facing some serious threats from the effects of climate change.
After going viral two years ago as the face of the "Christian Girl Autumn" meme, Caitlin Covington has been crowned the internet's queen of fall.
Fall has only just begun and yet it feels as though some businesses already have their minds on the holiday period.
Autumn is here and whether you're looking forward to cooking with pumpkin or carving a jack-o'-lantern for Halloween, you can find the right pumpkin for you.
The first day of fall is coming but the autumn equinox and Daylight Saving Time have nothing to do with each other.
The natural phenomenon, caused by the Earth's tilt, has been noticed and revered by ancient cultures worldwide.
Trump supporters were stuck in the cold after buses did not show up following the president's Omaha rally. Celebrities criticized Trump and his campaign for the people that were stranded in the cold.
In honor of October 1, a day marked for honoring pumpkin spice, we're sharing a few special recipes to get in the spirit.
iPhone users are transforming their home screens with cozy fall wallpaper, custom icons, widgets, and quotes.
"Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale."
Guinness World Records officials will determine whether Gatlinburg's efforts qualify the town to join such record-breaking locations as Chennai, India (world's largest display of crocheted sculptures), Binz, Germany (world's tallest sandcastle) and New York's Bronx Zoo (world's largest display of origami elephants).
While those participating in Daylight Savings Time will "fall back" in the autumn season, the equinox is not the time to do so.
The autumn equinox is one of only two days a year with nearly equal sunlight and darkness.
The name confusion tells a story of two nations divided by a common language.
Just like us, leaves respond to changes in sunlight come autumn.
Karl Ove Knausgaard takes a break from struggling with Autumn, the first in an impressionistic quartet