Sender of Hawaii’s False Alarm Is Reassigned, but Not Named

A state official says the employee who erred should not pay the price for a system that “made it too easy for a simple mistake to have very serious consequences.”

False Missile Alert Looms as a Black Eye for Hawaii and Its Governor

The false alarm and its delayed retraction added to criticism of Gov. David Ige and raised worries about the state’s reputation with tourists.

In Protests of Net Neutrality Repeal, Teenage Voices Stood Out

Young people who have grown up knowing only an open internet organized rallies, streamed the F.C.C. vote in class — and say they plan to keep fighting.