Or at least learn how to promote my work without wanting to throw up.
After the pandemic made the rift between the rich and poor more visible, the family are banking on being more relatable in their new show.
With strong female leads, the Kardashian-inspired show will fly in the face of the Taliban’s repressive view of women and society.
"I'm pretty proud of standing up to Kanye West about paying for the product."
Kris Jenner is giving everyone facial injections this year, from her 22-year-old daughter to her 85-year-old mom.
"Do you feel like I empower you to own your identity and sexuality as a mom?"
His real estate project in Calabasas, California is meant to break divisions between "the rich, the middle class, and the poor."
The mother of an 11-year-old victim says she's causing "immense pain."
We're on the edge of our seats waiting to find out why Kim is tweeting shade at the fast food chain.
On the eve of the 16th season of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians,' a look at one of the family’s preferred platforms for propaganda.
“Maybe if you had a fucking business that you were passionate about then you would know what it takes to run a fucking business but you don't.”