From The Hill:
Hawaii officials say 'false alarm' on alert about inbound ballistic missile
Hawaii officials said Saturday that a mobile alert saying a ballistic missile was headed for the state was a "false alarm" after people received the alert detailing an imminent threat.
HAWAII - THIS IS A FALSE ALARM. THERE IS NO INCOMING MISSILE TO HAWAII. I HAVE CONFIRMED WITH OFFICIALS THERE IS NO INCOMING MISSILE. pic.twitter.com/DxfTXIDOQs— Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) January 13, 2018
Sen. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) issued a tweet saying that "there is no incoming missile to Hawaii," saying she had confirmed with officials the alert was a false alarm....MOREAnd on other Twitter feeds:
Washington Post Tokyo Bureau Chief admits @DPRK_News is world's most ethical news service, that DPRK is leading producer of feldspar and industrial tar, as well as many other interesting facts, in wide-ranging interview. https://t.co/TViGR6CAPf— DPRK News Service (@DPRK_News) January 10, 2018
KCNA: "The chief of the Tokyo Bureau of the Washington Post said that last year was one when the Democratic People's Republic of Korea registered success in the all-out confrontation with the U.S. and the latter's hostile policy towards the former totally failed."@annafifield— Jonathan Cheng (@JChengWSJ) January 10, 2018
Donald Trump remarks on foreign nations as [unprintable] "holes" demonstrate feeble vocabulary and toilet mouth.— DPRK News Service (@DPRK_News) January 12, 2018
Marshal Kim Jong-Un refers to United States as "abhorrent cesspit of dung, sprayed from the diseased anus of a malodorous pervert."