Henry Grabar
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Henry Grabar is a staff writer for Slate’s Moneybox.

Moneybox
Dec. 15 2017 2:13 PMLook Out! Driverless Cars Are Coming to Manhattan in 2018
Moneybox
Dec. 15 2017 2:13 PMPaul Manafort Rented Out His Money-Laundering New York Apartment on Airbnb, Indictment Says
Moneybox
Dec. 15 2017 2:13 PMWe’ll Know Congress Is Serious About Helping Puerto Rico if It Axes This Obscure Shipping Law
Technology
Dec. 8 2017 4:02 PMTrump Nixes Obama Rule to Require Airlines to Disclose Baggage FeesA cautionary tale about online consumer protection.
Moneybox
Dec. 7 2017 1:41 PMWhy Virginia Drivers Are Paying a $35 Toll to Drive Into Washington
Moneybox
Dec. 5 2017 11:42 AMHere’s Everyone Who’s Freaking Out About the Tax Bill and WhyA not-quite-comprehensive list.
Politics
Nov. 8 2017 12:04 AMIs This It?Bill de Blasio wins a quiet, conservative victory.
Sports Nut
Oct. 26 2017 3:13 PMWatch the World Series!If you like all the things that are great about sports.
Metropolis
Oct. 25 2017 9:00 AMBuilding GoogletownWhat matters in city-building isn’t high-tech data—it’s boring old infrastructure.
Technology
Oct. 16 2017 5:50 AMMind the Wi-FiA brilliant experiment is helping the London subway find out how people really travel.
Always Right
Oct. 10 2017 5:55 AMWhy Is the Genius Bar the Way It Is?
Future Tense
Sept. 28 2017 4:48 PMCongress Is Considering Autonomous Vehicle Bills That Would Cut Out Cities and States
Moneybox
Sept. 22 2017 10:45 AMLondon to Uber: Get Out
Metropolis
Sept. 12 2017 2:16 PMThe Lessons of Marco IslandForty years ago, a battle over this beachfront community changed the way Florida builds. After Irma, could it happen again?
Moneybox
Sept. 10 2017 7:06 PMMiami: Symbols of Human Ingenuity and Ambition Wrecked by Wrathful Nature
Moneybox
Dec. 15 2017 2:13 PMBill de Blasio, Populist, Unleashes Police Power on Take-Out Delivery Guys
Moneybox
Dec. 15 2017 2:13 PMWhat Happens If Hundreds of Thousands of Puerto Ricans Flee for the Mainland United States?
Metropolis
Dec. 11 2017 5:08 PMNo, Slate Didn’t Fall Into a Coastal Media Trap in Reporting on Middle AmericaThere are real reasons to be (slightly) less pessimistic about immigration in the heartland.
Metropolis
Dec. 8 2017 12:54 PMThe Alarming Rise in Homelessness Doesn’t Tell the Whole Story
Metropolis
Dec. 6 2017 5:55 AMWho Gets to Live in Fremont, Nebraska?A new Costco plant could save the town—by bringing hundreds of immigrants to the only place in America that passed a law to keep them out.
Metropolis
Nov. 22 2017 10:16 AMDa Vinci in the DesertAbu Dhabi’s new Louvre is a glimpse of our curated urban future, in which no one sees what the state doesn’t want you to see.
Science
Oct. 28 2017 9:51 AMWhy Isn’t the Bond Market More Worried About Climate Change?Coastal towns destroyed by Sandy still have perfect credit scores. Why?
The Slatest
Oct. 25 2017 2:50 PMWatch Rep. Al Green Roast Ben Carson Like a Marshmallow
Metropolis
Oct. 18 2017 2:44 PMThe Imaginary AppleA museum exhibition shows off the New York City that designers dreamed up, but which never actually got built.
Politics
Oct. 13 2017 11:13 AMWhen Pigs FlyWhy the Trump administration’s fondness for private flights has struck a special nerve.
Technology
Oct. 6 2017 5:50 PMBye SexyFarewell to AOL Instant Messenger, which taught me how to flirt.
Metropolis
Sept. 22 2017 4:57 PMPuerto Rico’s Best Hope for Keeping the Lights OnThe indebted island was already eager to hand its electric utility to private owners. Hurricane Maria just made it much more likely.
Moneybox
Sept. 12 2017 5:17 PMApple Thinks Its Stores Are “Town Squares” Now
Always Right
Sept. 11 2017 5:51 AMHow “Press One for English” Became an Anti-Immigrant Meme
The Slatest
Sept. 10 2017 11:08 AMTampa Has Never Seen Anything Like Hurricane Irma

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