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

Moneybox
Dec. 12 2018 5:38 PMThe Federal Reserve Says Millennials Are Broke. Pew Says Millennials Are Loaded. Which Is It?
Moneybox
Dec. 10 2018 2:34 PMWhy the Uber and Lyft IPOs Won’t Change Much
Metropolis
Dec. 4 2018 2:45 PMFrance’s Latest Protests Are a Rejection of All Things Macron
Metropolis
Nov. 29 2018 12:57 PMHow We Built Our Way Into an Urban Flooding Epidemic
Metropolis
Nov. 26 2018 10:47 AMCan We Design California Houses So They Don’t Burn?Technically, we can. But we won’t.
Science
Nov. 17 2018 7:37 PMThe Fall of the GingkoThe sudden end of the gingko’s summer feels like a spectacle of climate change, and it is.
The Slatest
Nov. 15 2018 1:56 PMMaine Just Made History With a Better Way to Hold Elections (and an Adorable Livestream)
Metropolis
Nov. 13 2018 1:33 PMCities Should Never, Ever Agree to an HQ2 Contest AgainThe billions that Virginia and New York are giving to Amazon will only worsen corporate shakedowns for public subsidies. Here’s how to stop the madness.
Metropolis
Nov. 8 2018 7:42 PMRelax, Amazon and Google Can’t Ruin New York City
The Slatest
Nov. 7 2018 8:21 AMMaine Tried a Better Way to Vote—and It’s Getting Put to the Test
Metropolis
Nov. 6 2018 11:11 PMNew York City’s Last Congressional Republican Goes Down
Metropolis
Nov. 5 2018 5:30 PMWhat if There Is No Amazon HQ2?
Metropolis
Nov. 1 2018 9:03 PMEating Pizza While Venice Sinks
Moneybox
Oct. 26 2018 12:16 PMA San Francisco Startup Is Paying Drivers to Run Video Ads on Their Car Windows
Metropolis
Oct. 22 2018 7:35 PM“A Mob of Humanity”The images of the Honduran caravan give Republicans what they need to further distort the immigration debate.
The Slatest
Dec. 12 2018 12:23 PMStrasbourg Attack Was Terrorism, French Government Confirms
Metropolis
Dec. 7 2018 4:48 PMMinneapolis Confronts Its History of Housing SegregationBy doing away with single-family zoning, the city takes on high rent, long commutes, and racism in real estate in one fell swoop.
The Industry
Nov. 30 2018 12:11 PMThe SUV Arms RaceOne reason to buy a bigger vehicle? Everyone else is.
Metropolis
Nov. 26 2018 7:37 PMGM’s Shift Away From Cars Is Not Good News for Pedestrians or the Planet
Metropolis
Nov. 21 2018 7:08 PMHouston’s Sprawl May Have Slowed Down Hurricane Harvey—and Made It Worse
Metropolis
Nov. 15 2018 6:55 PMDo New Yorkers Even Want Amazon’s 25,000 Jobs?Even in prosperous times, the city is getting harder to live in—and it’s not clear how HQ2 will help.
Metropolis
Nov. 13 2018 1:44 PMAmazon’s New York Headquarters Will Have a Helipad Because of Course It Will
Metropolis
Nov. 12 2018 9:03 PMWhy Can’t Democrats Win in Ohio?They’ve lost the Buckeye State—but maybe they never had it at all.
Metropolis
Nov. 8 2018 3:29 PMScott Walker’s War on the Public Sector Came Back to Bite HimThe Wisconsin governor crippled unions and starved school budgets. It was the schools that got him.
Metropolis
Nov. 7 2018 2:56 AMRepublicans Lost the Suburbs
Metropolis
Nov. 6 2018 6:45 PMWhy Amazon’s Reported Plan to Put HQ2 in Virginia and New York Is So Underwhelming
Metropolis
Nov. 3 2018 12:12 PMCould the Blue Wave Leave Oregon Dry?Its progressive governor is in a surprisingly tough race—suggesting white suburban Democrats might be more fickle than we thought.
Metropolis
Oct. 31 2018 5:03 PMWhat if Instead of Asking Children to Dress in Reflective Tape We Built Streets That Were Safe to Trick or Treat On?
Moneybox
Oct. 24 2018 2:36 PMThe Man Who Insists He’s Building Titanic II Explains Himself
Sports
Oct. 17 2018 7:29 PMI Think Maybe This Is the Fastest Pitching Change I’ve Ever Seen in a Baseball Game

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