The successful trial of a long-range rocket capable of transporting nuclear weapons puts major cities like Shanghai within reach.
Following last weekend’s erroneous ballistic missile alert – an accident that sent crowds of people fleeing restaurants and stores in a frenzied panic – millions of Hawaiians took to Pornhub.com to ease their tension. In the minutesShow More Summary
Twenty nations gathered in Vancouver to discuss the threat of North Korea nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
An employee involved in a drill at a state emergency agency in Hawaii last Saturday accidentally pushed out a message the state was under imminent threat from an incoming ballistic missile. President Trump, who was golfing in Florida, did not know about the push message. He did not know it had been corrected 38 minutes […]
Our family's experience in Hawaii reminded me that we are all vulnerable and fragile, tomorrow is never promised, and today is precious.
It's deja vu all over again. Following Saturday's erroneous alert of an incoming "ballistic missile threat" in Hawaii comes a similar gaffe from Japanese national broadcaster NHK. A message was sent out via the NHK app Tuesday that read: "NHK news alert. North Korea likely to have launched missile. The...
The Hawaii state employee responsible for sending out an erroneous missile alert of a ballistic missile threat has been reassigned. “The employee in question has been temporarily reassigned within our Emergency Operations Center pending the outcome of our internal investigation. Show More Summary
The agency that mistakenly sent a ballistic missile alert to thousands of cellphones in Hawaii is now receiving death threats from angry residents. With News Wire Services Read more...
Residents of Hawaii will be glad the emergency ballistic missile threat on January 13 was “fake news,” but the missile scare raises some important questions. The emergency alert notice sent to mobile phones in Hawaii sent the island into pandemonium with residents seeking shelter because of the imminent threat. Show More Summary
Imagine you were going about your day when you suddenly get this alert: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” That was the scenario that the people in Hawaii had to confront with, for about 38 minutes this past Saturday. Given the heightened rhetoric between North Korea and […]
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) blames the United States for North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. Speaking in response to the Hawaiian government’s bogus ballistic missile warning on Saturday that terrified residents and tourists, Gabbard blamed the U.S. Show More Summary
Hawaii emergency officials said an alert of a ballistic missile headed toward Hawaii was a false alarm.
A military wife and mom of four in Hawaii reflects on how terrified she felt by a ballistic missile threat and what the false alarm taught her.
Hawaii’s ballistic missile attack on Saturday turned out to be nothing more than fat-fingered "fake news" by State officials. However, a far more significant threat of nuclear war is growing on the border between India and Pakistan,Show More Summary
People in Hawaii received an emergency alert about an incoming ballistic missile, however Hawaii's Office of Emergency Management says there is no missile threat to the state. The post Hawaii Gets False Missile Strike Alert appeared first on The Good Men Project.
On Saturday, smartphones in Hawaii lit up with the ominous warning, "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL." A minor panic almost immediately ensued as the public wondered whether a nuclear warhead was indeed about to obliterate part of the US More »
From the editorial board of the New York Times: It was the sort of nightmare that had only ever been real for most people’s parents or grandparents — the fear of an impending nuclear attack. “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii,”...Show More Summary
Diana Ross was in Hawaii when the a false ballistic missile warning disrupted the islands. “Emergency Alert: BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL,” a message read that was sent out just after 8am local time. About a half-hour later, a retraction text was sent out, saying it [...]
Social media ignited Saturday after apparent screenshots of cell phone emergency alerts warning of a “ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii” began circulating, which US officials quickly dismissed as “false.” “Hawaii – this is a false alarm,” wrote Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard on Twitter. “I have confirmed with officials there is no incoming missile.” The [...]Show More Summary
In case you missed it, there was a missile alert sent out in what we are told is a complete comedy of errors that there was a ballistic missile threat