Natasha Frost, Quartz

Natasha Frost

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Recent articles by Natasha:

Vapers are turning to cigarettes to wean themselves off Juuls

Increasingly, users feel more comfortable with the devil they know. → Read More

Democrats call for Brett Kavanaugh impeachment after new misconduct allegation

"Confirmation is not exoneration, and these newest revelations are disturbing." → Read More

Deloitte, Microsoft, Dell: These are the companies making millions supplying ICE

They supply everything from private jets to tech support. → Read More

Flying with an emotional support animal may soon get a whole lot more difficult

The air travel sector wants more restrictions in place on US air carriers. → Read More

The most important takeaways from the Democrats’ climate town hall

We watched 10 Democrats discuss climate change on CNN for seven hours, so you didn't have to. → Read More

These countries have the fewest visa requirements for tourists

Only three countries get a full score for "openness" from the UN. → Read More

Dramatic footage from Hurricane Dorian shows the extent of flooding in the Bahamas

As many as 13,000 homes have been severely damaged or destroyed by the storm. → Read More

Climate change is also terrible for your ragweed allergy

If your eyes are streaming and your nose is running, here's why. → Read More

Burgundy’s hottest summers in 600 years are changing the region’s famous wines

Climate change has made hot, dry summers a regular occurrence in the region. → Read More

Why do male tennis players at the US Open reject balls more often than the women do?

The difference between one ball and the next may be more than meets the eye. → Read More

What’s behind a stratospheric tourism boom in the tiny European nation of Georgia

How geopolitical change led to big interest in the tiny nation. → Read More

Chinese tourists are opting out of travel to the US in favor of the rest of the world

Visits to the US from Chinese travelers are down 3% in 2019, continuing the drop seen since Donald Trump took office. → Read More

What are the chances of being rejected for a travel visa to the US?

It's a lot easier to get into the US if you're from a rich country. → Read More

David Koch’s spirit is alive and well in the White House cabinet

The billionaire activist's preferred political figures continue to thrive. → Read More

What are the health risks of ultra-long-haul flights?

Qantas' new 20-hour flights present a range of possible risks. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Why is Norwegian Air failing?

The end of the runway may be in sight for the low-cost, long-haul Nordic giant. → Read More

Fusarium fungus could wipe out the world's favorite banana—again —

Every single Cavendish banana is genetically identical. That's a big problem when it comes to disease. → Read More

WeWork’s co-founders must give $1 billion to charity over 10 years or lose some control of the company

In an unusual move, WeWork is tying the voting rights of its CEO to a 10-year charitable giving pledge. → Read More

Saudi Arabia’s multibillion-dollar hajj industry is getting smarter than ever

With all eyes on Saudi Arabia, there's every incentive for the pilgrimage to go smoothly. → Read More

Oprah Winfrey wanted Toni Morrison on America's bookshelves — Quartzy

"It will change the world if everyone reads this book," Oprah Winfrey said of Morrison's "The Bluest Eye." → Read More