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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 published 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."

Coronavirus Vaccine Tests Are Set to Seek FDA Approvals

Two pharmaceutical companies, Moderna and Pfizer, have developed vaccines that have been shown to be more than 90% effective against the coronavirus.

Technology Will Prevent Another Great Galveston Hurricane

The Great Galveston storm came ashore as a Category 4 hurricane. It remains the deadliest natural disaster and the worst hurricane in U.S. history.

Zeta Leaves 2 Dead on Its Path across Southeast States

Hurricane Zeta left Louisiana late Wednesday as a fast-moving tropical storm heading through Mississippi toward Atlanta and the mid-Atlantic states.

Boeing to Move 787 Dreamliner Production to South Carolina

“With the narrow-body 737 MAX grounded for over a year since two fatal crashes, building and selling more 787s has been crucial to Boeing’s financial recovery,” the Journal noted. Boeing has orders for 526 of the planes and has delivered almost 1,000.

Restaurant Owners See No Return to Normal in Next 6 Months

71% of full-service operators do not expect their restaurant sales to return to pre-coronavirus levels within the next six months.

New Storms Trail Sally in Record-Setting Hurricane Season

In a hurricane season that is currently on a record pace, Hurricane Sally is just a harbinger of things to come. Behind Sally is a series of storms lining up in the Caribbean and Atlantic oceans heading west toward the U.S. mainland.

State and OSHA Officials Probe Seattle Pier Collapse

Amid five days of heavy smoke from wildfires rated as unhealthy to hazardous, Washington state and federal safety inspectors are investigating the collapse Sunday of a pier on Seattle’s waterfront that injured several workers.

Death Toll Reaches 15 in Three Western State Wildfires

At least 15 people have died so far from wildfires still burning in the western states of California, Oregon and Washington.

California Wildfires Burn 1.2 Million Acres, Claim Six Lives

The hundreds of wildfires raging across California have now burned through 1.2 million acres of land, an area roughly the size of the Grand Canyon.

Wildfires Kill at Least 4 People Amid Mass Evacuations

At least four people have died as a result of wildfires fueled by a heat wave and a blitz of lightning strikes in the state's northern areas.