The Boston Herald interviewed the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency in July 2017 on incoming threats. The report included several photos from inside the operations room. Wong and the operators in the room forgot to take down the sticky notes with the passwords on the screens.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai speaks to members of the media after a commission meeting on Dec. 14, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Alex Wong / Getty Images file "Wireless emergency alerts (WEA) are one of several key tools to warn the
The "incoming ballistic missile" warning that went out Saturday morning to the folks in Hawaii is now reported as a false alarmed, which was caused by someone hitting the "wrong button." This wrong button was pushed by just one