The Wednesday Flyover Replay 7/10/2024

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The Wednesday Flyover Replay : Biggest Password Leak Ever, Best Astronomy Photos, and a Brawl in the Air

Presented by Russell Sherrard,

Narrated by Artificial Intelligence,


Wednesday, JULY 10, 2024,

Good Morning! On this day in 1919, President Woodrow Wilson delivered the Treaty of Versailles to the Senate, ending World War I and establishing the League of Nations.

Eddie Cochran’s “Summertime Blues” recently played on the radio, reminding us of landmark summer moments like attending summer school.


Democrats Back Off Forcing Biden Out,

President Biden remained in control of his fate Tuesday despite anxieties expressed in separate closed-door meetings by House and Senate Democrats discussing the viability of his candidacy.

House Democrats met for two hours in a lopsided debate that favored staying the course with Biden. One report suggested the president, at least for now, has quieted party calls for him to step down. So far, six House Democrats have publicly called on Biden to end his candidacy.

Senate Democrats were more secretive in their discussions. Many avoided questions about the president or his health afterward, saying they were focused on winning. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer simply said, “I’m with Joe.”

The New York Times editorial board doubled down on its call for Biden to get out of the race, writing that Biden was “embarrassing himself and endangering his legacy.”

Hackers Leak Billions of Passwords,

In the largest password leak in history, a massive compilation of nearly 10 billion unique passwords was posted on a prominent hacking forum on July 4.

The leak, dubbed RockYou2024, is primarily a compilation of previously leaked password databases with 1.5 billion new additions. Still, analysts warn it could contribute to a cascade of data breaches, financial fraud, and identity theft.

Experts say if you find your password has been leaked (you can use this leaked password tool to check), immediately reset passwords on all associated accounts with strong and unique passwords, enable multi-factor authentication wherever possible, and utilize password manager software.

List: Ranking the Most Self-Reliant States,

In the spirit of American independence, a new ranking compares data from all 50 states and determined that Utah, Colorado, Florida, Wisconsin, and Vermont were the nation’s most self-reliant.

The ranking was based on 39 indicators of independence in categories such as consumer finances, government dependency, job market, international trade, and personal vices.

West Virginia, Alaska, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Louisiana were the bottom five states.


Former presidential candidate Nikki Haley released the 97 delegates she earned through the GOP primary process and encouraged them to support former President Trump.

Attorneys for Hunter Biden withdrew their bid for a new trial in his federal gun case on Tuesday, conceding they misunderstood a pretrial procedure that they believed should’ve prevented the trial.

Former Sen. James Inhofe, Oklahoma’s longest-serving U.S. senator, died on Tuesday after contracting a sudden illness over the July 4th holiday. He was 89 years old.

Technology giant Meta announced on Tuesday that it would remove posts containing antisemitic stereotypes or threats of harm, intimidation, or violence directed at Jews or Israelis.

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Now, back to the News.


Cooper Flagg became the first college player to join the US select team since 2013 and scrimmaged against the U.S. Olympic basketball team on Monday.

Five participants are now confirmed for the 2024 Home Run Derby. Bobby Witt Jr. and Marcell Ozuna announced Monday that they will join Alec Bohm, Gunnar Henderson, and Pete Alonso for the event.

Cincinnati Reds star shortstop Elly De La Cruz stole his MLB-best 44th base on Monday by taking off for second when the catcher threw the ball back to the pitcher.

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Cam Sutton has been suspended for the first eight games of the 2024 NFL season following a domestic violence arrest.


Big Stock Move: Kymera Therapeutics stock rose 23% Tuesday after the company said its development partner, Sanofi, was expanding trials for its experimental treatments for skin diseases.

Athletic Brewing, a leading nonalcoholic craft brewer, raised $50 million to expand production amid growing demand for alcohol-free beer.

Epoch Studios is expanding to Hollywood and will release “The Firing Squad,” a Christian prison drama starring Kevin Sorbo and Cuba Gooding Jr., in theaters nationwide on Aug. 2, 2024.

A massive 9.4GB data leak from X (formerly Twitter) exposed nearly 200 million user records, including emails and account details. The leaked data, posted on a hacking forum, leaves users vulnerable to phishing and identity theft.


A driverless car in China hit a pedestrian crossing a red light, highlighting the challenges autonomous cars face when dealing with traffic law violations by others.

Meanwhile, car technology supplier Magna is developing a thermal sensing system that sees up to four times farther than typical headlights to reduce car accidents after dark.

Finalists from the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition showcase breathtaking views of the cosmos, from distant galaxies to brilliant auroras.

Wisdom Wednesday,

Experts recommend a 3-3-3 rule to help people manage their anxiety. It’s three simple steps that each involve three easy behaviors until you feel calm and composed.

One of the world’s best-selling books on how to live a long life includes nine impactful quotes that are the most highlighted by Kindle readers.

A mental health specialist spent 30 years studying psychologically strong people. He identified nine phrases they always use and nine others they never say.


A Ryanair flight en route to London, England, was forced to make an emergency landing last week after passengers began screaming at each other at 30,000 feet over a request to switch seats.

Jury selection for Alec Baldwin’s involuntary manslaughter case began in New Mexico on Tuesday. The actor was implicated in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins with a prop gun in 2021.

Businessman and politician Michael Bloomberg donated $1 billion to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to cover tuition for students with parents earning less than $300,000, as well as covering living expenses for those whose parents earn less than $175,000.

And thats the news for today.

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