The store is the first-ever foreign-brand store in Pyongyang.
New research reveals the answer isn't what we're often led to believe.
Russians are now buying about 2.5 pairs of shoes a year. In contrast, Americans purchased about 7.8 pairs of shoes per capita in 2015.
Food has long been used as an instrument of power, one that lets populations live or die.
In his year-end message, the pontiff says 'we have condemned our young people to have no place in society.'
Carson wrote he felt ashamed to rely on food stamps.
"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
Simple economics will be one of Colombia's biggest problems as it seeks to eliminate illegal drug production with the help of FARC rebels.
Over the past weekend alone, 11 people of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario tried to kill themselves.
More Russians live in poverty now than during the financial crisis of 2008.
The majority of Syrian refugees in Lebanon are living below the national poverty line.
"Climate change hits the poorest the hardest," World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said.
Customers without access to their money took to social media to let out their grievances.
The World Bank's benchmark of daily expenditure is now $1.90, up from $1 in 25 years ago.