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    Kim Kardashian

    The Kardashians Destroyed Their Own Show. Now Their Empire Is At Risk.

    For 13 years, Keeping Up With the Kardashians has been the centerpiece of the family’s brand and success. But news that the show is ending should come as no surprise. For years the Kardashians let the show fall into disrepair — and without it, their empire hangs in the balance.


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    Quarantine has done strange things to my thirst levels.

    Podcast: Millions Of People Are Stuck Fleeing Both War And COVID-19

    "The thing about people on the run is that often they're residing in close quarters. They may not have enough clean water for drinking, for handwashing, even. And they often just don't have the resources to do those basic steps that we've been able to do.”

    Podcast: Why Companies Are Unfriending Facebook

    "They want real change. They want substantive change. And what we know so far is that the small changes Facebook has made don’t seem to be enough.”

    How The Cops Became An Army

    "We can trace a lot of it back to the 1968 presidential campaign, where Richard Nixon was trying to appeal to white, middle-class people and play to their fears of Black crime in the cities."

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