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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."

Sales of Bullet-Resistant Backpacks Stir Safety Concerns

Just in time for this new school year, some retailers are expecting brisk sales of bullet-resistant backpacks. And there are plenty of them to choose from.

Effective Treatments Found to Stem Deadly Ebola Epidemic

NPR Report: Researchers in the Democratic Republic of Congo “have identified the first clearly effective treatments for Ebola."

China Receives Ebola Virus Sent on Commercial Flight

On March 31, scientists at Canada’s National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg, Manitoba, sent live Ebola and Henipah viruses to Beijing on a commercial flight.

Chennai Water Crisis Portends Nationwide Drought in India

The 10 million residents of the southern Indian city of Chennai are in the midst of a dire water shortage that experts say is only worsening and spreading.

Ebola Epidemic Claims Second Victim in Congo Border Town

Hopes that the deadly Ebola epidemic in Congo could be contained without spreading into neighboring Rwanda were dashed with a second death in Goma.

Thunderstorm Sparks Wildfires in Three Montana Counties

An early afternoon thunderstorm Tuesday sparked a series of wildfires in three Montana counties – Lewis and Clark, Jefferson, and Broadwater.

Shark Week: An Annual Reminder to Watch Where You Swim

It’s Shark Week again, that annual event originally devoted to conservation and correcting the many misconceptions about sharks.

Earth Overshoot Day Creeps Forward to Earliest Date Ever

Earth Overshoot Day marks the day each year when humanity starts to consume the world’s natural resources faster than they can be replenished.

June Breaks Global Mark for Hottest Month Ever Recorded

June 2019 was the hottest month on record across the globe, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Torrid Temperatures Claim at Least Seven Lives across US

Deadly extreme heat: The torrid temperatures this past weekend claimed at least seven lives from Maryland to Arizona – including a former NFL player.