When Bill Gates isn’t busy (literally) changing the world, he’s an avid reader. Find out his favorites.
After months of protests, and hundreds being arrested, the members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe have been given a reprieve.
It may surprise you to know that a number of bestsellers started as National Novel Writing Month projects. Want your NaNoWriMo story published? Here are some tips before you start sending pitches.
House Democrats re-elected California congresswoman Nancy Pelosi to be their leader, securing a job she’s held for more than a decade.
Fidel Castro, the leader of Cuba, died Nov. 25 at the age of 90. He reigned over the island-nation for five decades before turning over power to his brother Raul because of health issues in 2008.
We invited Mashable’s Chris Taylor to Scribd HQ to interview Jonathan Safran Foer about his latest novel.
Toby Mao, Scribd software engineer and one of the world’s most competitive Rubik’s Cube enthusiasts. In 2006, Toby set a world record in “speedcubing” by solving the Cube in 10.48 seconds.
Join us for a Facebook Live #ScribdChat with Laura Jane Grace, lead singer of the iconic punk band Against Me! as she discusses her new memoir.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended the Tony-award-winning show “Hamilton” over the weekend. But he left with more than just a program and a T-shirt.
This week, a judge ordered the release of Brendan Dassey. If that name sounds familiar, that’s because his case was featured in the Netflix series “Making A Murderer.”
In which our editor, Ashley McDonnell, finally reads Margaret Atwood's classic dystopian tome, The Handmaid’s Tale.
Facebook has become a key player in the spreading of fake news. And some people even think that fake news swayed the election.
To help you prepare for a Trump administration, we've gathered some reading material so you can get to know Trump, his policies, and what it means to the people who didn't vote for him.
To keep you on top of all the latest news, we've rounded up some relevant reading material as we head into the final hours of the 2016 election.
It’s time to give thanks for family and friends by sharing great food and amazing books, including: Phoebe Robinson’s new You Can’t Touch My Hair, Patrick Ness’ satirical take on the fantasy genre, the award-winning memoir of Malala Yousafzai, and more.
We’re excited to announce that members can now read articles from their favorite print magazines on Scribd!
To help you wind down from this exhausting election cycle, David put together a list of politically themed books and paired them with appropriately designed cocktails.
In preparation for the devilish delights of Halloween, we’ve assembled our favorite (and most chilling) true crime stories.
After spending a week in Tokyo and scouring bookstores for Japanese editions of great books, David put together a list of some of his favorite books from Japanese authors.
The author of The Underground Railroad stopped by the Scribd office for a fascinating discussion of history, contemporary race relations, and what it’s like to join the pantheon of Oprah’s Book Club authors.