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David Hubler

David E. Hubler brings a variety of government, journalism and teaching experience to his position as a Quality Assurance Editor at APUS. David’s professional background includes serving as a senior editor at CIA and the Voice of America. He has also been a managing editor for several business-to-business and business-to-government publishing companies. David has taught high school English in Connecticut and at Northern Virginia Community College. He has a master’s degree for Teachers of English from the University of New Hampshire and a B.A. in English from New York University. In March 2017, Rowman & Littlefield will publish the paperback edition of David’s latest book, "The Nats and the Grays, How Baseball in the Nation's Capital Survived WWII and Changed the Game Forever."

Hurricane Maria Attacks Dominica, Heads to Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria struck Dominica as a Category 4 hurricane early Tuesday. Puerto Rico is in the projected path of the monster storm.

Where Does Irma Rank among the Worst US Hurricanes?

Hurricane Irma was a monster storm packing maximum sustained winds of 185 mph at its peak. Where does it rank on the list of America's worst hurricanes?

Hurricane Irma Causes Price Gouging Accusations against Airlines, Gas Stations and Retail Stores

As Hurricane Irma descends on Florida's south coast, many would-be evacuees reported incidents of price gouging by airlines, gas stations and retailers.

Remembrances of My Experience during Hurricane Klaus

With Irma approaching, our contributor David E. Hubler reflects on his own experience with a nasty hurricane: 1984's Hurricane Klaus.

Biggest Earthquake to Strike Mexico in a Century Kills at Least 16

The biggest earthquake in a century struck Mexico’s southwestern coast late Thursday night. The quake killed at least 16 people and destroyed many homes and office buildings.

Hurricane Irma Could Create 'One of the Largest Mass Evacuations in US History'

Based on Hurricane Irma's projected path, which includes Florida's eastern coast, the storm could create one of the largest mass evacuations in U.S. history.

Harvey Devastates Houston and Uproots Many Lives

As of Monday morning, up to 40 inches of rain had fallen on northeast Houston. Another 20 inches or rain are possible before Harvey moves east on Wednesday.

Earthquakes Are An Almost Daily Occurrence in Alaska

Alaska, which sits atop the Pacific Rim of Fire, is no stranger to earthquakes large and small. Over the past five years, Alaska has experienced more than 30 earthquakes with magnitudes of 6.0 or greater.

Terrorist Van Attack Kills At Least 13, Injures Scores in Barcelona

A white van mounted a curb and plowed into pedestrians along Barcelona’s iconic Las Ramblas promenade Thursday.

Fleas Infested with Bubonic Plague Found in Second Arizona County

A second Arizona county in two weeks has confirmed the finding of fleas that have tested positive for bubonic plague.