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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."

Wildfire Evacuations: Preparation Never Starts Too Soon

“You never want to be in a situation where you have to evacuate folks twice.” Brian Ferguson, representative of California Office of Emergency Services.

Do Scheduled Power Blackouts Help To Stem California's Wildfires?

For those whose California homes have gone up in flames, power outages are the equivalent of turning off an electric fan in the midst of a hurricane.

Two New Cases of Measles Traced to Oregon Airport Arrivals

Health authorities in Oregon say two new cases of measles have been linked to exposure at Portland International Airport earlier this month.

Raging California Wildfires Force Statewide Evacuations

Nine separate wildfires burned more than 30,000 acres across California. About 2,000 residents were forced to flee the state’s famous wine country.

Record-Breaking Autumn Storm Batters Southern New England

A record-breaking autumn storm hit southern New England early Thursday morning with heavy rain and strong winds – but no injuries or deaths were reported.

Washington State Marks Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills Day

ShakeOut: 66 million people practiced emergency and disaster preparedness exercises today, including how to Drop, Cover and Hold during earthquakes.

Death Toll Stands at 55 after Typhoon Hagibis Hits Japan

Japan: Typhoon Hagibis has killed at least 55 people and destroyed homes and other structures in the largest typhoon to hit the region in decades.

California's Saddleridge Fire Claims Its First Fatality

The Saddleridge Fire, which has burned about 4,700 acres of northern Los Angeles since Thursday evening, claimed its first fatality Friday morning.

Taiwan Bridge Collapse Kills Two Persons and Injures 12

Hours after a typhoon swept across Taiwan, a 460-foot (140-meter) bridge collapsed Tuesday morning in Yilan, a small Pacific coast fishing village.

Record-Breaking Snowstorm Buries Parts of Western Montana

While the southeast U.S. basked in summer-like weather this past weekend, Missoula, Montana, broke an 85-year-old record for September snowfall on Sept. 29.