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‘Cheers’ cast return to the bar for Emmys 2024: ‘This feels nice’
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.And for the cast of “Cheers,” that was especially true at the Emmys 2024.Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt reunited Monday night as part of a special tribute at the awards ceremony honoring some of the most beloved shows in TV history.Host Anthony Anderson introduced the reunion, calling “Cheers” “one of the greatest television shows of all time” before the cast appeared onstage inside a replica of the iconic Boston bar.“This feels nice to be here in front of you,” Danson said, before Ratzenberger added that the event was a “long overdue class reunion.”The cast gathered to present the Best Directing for a Comedy Series and Best Writing in a Comedy Series statuettes. Both awards went to Hulu’s “The Bear.”“Being together brings back some great memories of a show we’re all very proud of,” said Grammer.In addition to “Cheers,” “The Sopranos,” “All in the Family,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Ally McBeal,” “Game of Thrones,” “Martin,” “The Carol Burnett Show,” “I Love Lucy,” and more received special tributes at Monday night’s ceremony, which was broadcast on Fox.“It was really about, ‘How can we celebrate 75 years of television differently?’” the show’s executive producer Jesse Collins told the Associated Press before the ceremony.“The core of it,” said Dionne Harmon, another executive producer, “is really celebrating television and to honor the shows of yesterday while we honor the shows of today.”Anderson also opened up about the reunions before the telecast kicked off.
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TSA tests facial recognition technology at US airports to boost security
FILE - A Credential Authentication Technology (CAT-2) identity verification machine is demonstrated to a member of the media at a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security checkpoint at Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI) in Baltimore, Mar BALTIMORE - A passenger walks up to an airport security checkpoint, slips an ID card into a slot and looks into a camera atop a small screen. The screen flashes "Photo Complete" and the person walks through — all without having to hand over their identification to the TSA officer sitting behind the screen.It's all part of a pilot project by the Transportation Security Administration to assess the use of facial recognition technology at a number of airports across the country."What we are trying to do with this is aid the officers to actually determine that you are who you say who you are," said Jason Lim, identity management capabilities manager, during a demonstration of the technology to reporters at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.RELATED: Lyft rolls out feature to make airport pickups fasterThe effort comes at a time when the use of various forms of technology to enhance security and streamline procedures is only increasing.