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Via CBSNews....HONOLULU -- Hawaii emergency management officials said an alert sent to mobile phones and televisions warning of an incoming ballistic missile to Hawaii on Saturday was a false alarm. The emergency alert sent to cellphones said, "Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill." Vern Miyagi, the administrator for the Hawai妡i Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA), said in a press conference around noon Hawaiian time that his team was responsible for the error. According to Miyagi, the error happened during a shift change and at 8:07 a.m., "the wrong button was pushed" during the internal drill. According to Miyagi, by 8:10, officials started the recall and cancellation process -- but there is no way to stop messages that have already been sent out. At 8:13 a.m., the state warning point issued a cancellation to prevent any more messages from going out. By 8:24 a.m., Gov. David Ige retweeted a message of the cancellation message.

Via Sandrarose.... President Donald Trumps lawyer reportedly paid a former porn star $130,000 to keep quiet about a consensual intimate encounter they had in 2006. Trump married his wife Melania Trump in 2005.A report in Fridays Wall Street Journal claims Trumps personal attorney, Michael Cohen, arranged to pay Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, $130,000 in October 2016 one month before the presidential election.The Journal reports that Trump, 71, and Daniels, 38, met at a celebrity golf tournament in July of 2006. The porn star and the billionaire reportedly had an intimate encounter that was neither recorded nor witnessed by anyone.

Will Smith was seen scaling the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Saturday during a surprise trip Down Under (Photos via Backgrid) @willsmith

#gabrielleunion was snapped on a damp evening in NYC on Friday looking stylish in an ensemble by 3.1 Phillip Lim. The entertainer was out a day after the trailer for her new film Breaking In was released via Getty Images

Kim Kardashian stepped out with her husband Kanye West for date night at Craig's in Los Angeles on Friday (Photos via All Access/Mega)

Via Telegraph.... leanor Roosevelt once quipped that a woman is like a tea bag. You cant tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.So the former first lady would most certainly have approved of a new study which suggests women, far from being the weaker sex, are much more likely to survive a life-threatening crisis.Researchers at the University of Southern Denmark trawled through historic data looking at death rates for men and women who suffered famines and epidemics, or who were sold into slavery.In virtually every case, they found that women survived their ordeals far longer, often outliving their male counterparts by years, even when conditions were equally dire.