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The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency sent a false incoming ballistic missile emergency alert in January. The FCC released a report with recommendations on Tuesday. Caleb Jones/AP hide caption

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Honolulu attorney Michael Green, right, sits with his client, the former Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee who sent a false missile alert to residents and visitors in Hawaii, left, during an interview with reporters on Feb. 2, 2018 in Honolulu. The ex-state employee says he's devastated about causing panic, but he believed it was a real attack at the time. Jennifer Sinco Kelleher/AP hide caption

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Who Should Warn The Public Of Nuclear War?

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A U.S. Army soldier unloads a shipment of water provided by FEMA as a resident walks past in San Isidro, Puerto Rico. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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FEMA To End Food And Water Aid For Puerto Rico

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