Almost half of women had to choose between eating or buying sanitary care products.
For Muhammad Abdul Qadir, there was only despair in discovering that he was rich.
Comments such as "best to leave if off," "I'd not get into this" and "you may want to rethink this" were left by the president's own economic advisers in the margins of a draft economic statement and largely ignored.
"No detail is spared in the décor—every room is lined with gold, onyx, brass and silver accents, hand-applied special finishes of gold leaf trim at cornices, hand-painted silk artwork panels and magnificent crystal chandeliers."
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed changes that could cut off internet and phone service to 8 million Americans, many of them Puerto Ricans recovering from Hurricane Irma.
Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is a Trump supporter with a history of controversial comments.
Estimates suggest that almost half of all U.S. jobs are at risk of being replaced by AI.
'This would be like naming the Oconee National Forest's campground the Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama campground.'
The world's wealthiest billionaires made enough money in 2017 to end extreme poverty around the world seven times over, according to a new report.
More than a third of cleaning and baggage workers at U.S. airports live in or near poverty.
Researchers conducted two experiments to explore the relationship between social class and wisdom.
"The American Dream is rapidly becoming the American Illusion," Philip Alston said.
The report also found that health care expenses are pushing hundreds of millions of people into poverty.
White households in Boston, on the other hand, average a net worth of $247,500, or nearly 31,000 times more than African-American Bostonians.
A mandatory one-night count turned up an increase for the first time since 2010, and some of America's wealthiest cities might be the reason.
In 1820, 94 percent of the world lived in extreme poverty. In 1990 the figure was 34.8 percent and in 2015 just 9.6 percent.
By 2020, there will be 1.5 billion people living in slums, the majority of whom are unmapped.
Oxfam International basically says we're like a Third World nation, given how slowly the Trump administration has responded to the crisis in Puerto Rico.