The performance on a PBS show celebrating July 4 sparked outrage among some users on social media who said it was "divisive" and promoted "segregation."
The drag queen, known as Lil Miss Hot Mess, sang "the hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish."
Cecilia Rouse, chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisors, told PBS "we are far from having a healthy economy."
"Caillou" is to stop airing on PBS Kids, and parents across the U.S. are taking to social media to celebrate the demise of the "bratty," "evil" character.
"A Charlie Brown Christmas" has been made available to watch online around the world for free this weekend—and the special is also getting its one U.S. TV airing of the year soon.
Thanksgiving 2020 may feel very different thanks to COVID-19, but many of the usual specials like the Macy's parade are still available to watch on TV to bring a sense of normality.
"Peanuts" fans can watch holiday classics like "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on more than just Apple TV+.
Larry Hogan issued praise for Joe Biden, adding to a growing list of Republicans who have denounced Donald Trump's rhetoric in the 2020 election.
In an interview with 'Firing Line,' Maine Senator Angus King criticized Trump for raising doubts about the U.S. election.
"Prisoner in My Homeland" is the sixth game in the award-winning series.
Whitmer said that while Trump's tweets egged on protesters, she was committed to keeping people safe and wouldn't back down in response to the virus.
Yamiche Alcindor had tried to quiz the president about his claim governors were asking for more medical equipment than they needed.
The filmmaker said that when the feud began, he felt it was a turning point that will lead to Donald Trump's re-election.
In a rare interview with PBS' "Frontline," the former Fox News host recalled the backlash to her 2015 debate question.
In an upcoming interview on PBS' 'Firing Line,' Meghan McCain addressed her fear for the future of the Republican Party, while also speaking about her father's legacy.
"Poldark" is coming to an end on PBS with a cast of new faces joining Ross and Demelza and a plot that sees the characters enter the anti-slavery movement in the 19th century.
It's the 50th anniversary of "The Left Hand of Darkness," explored in the new documentary "Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin."
Hugh Heckman says he was unfairly dismissed.
The VA and PBS are offering counseling to vets with PTSD who might find watching the documentary too difficult.
Ken Burns aims to win hearts and minds with his epic Vietnam series, but loses sight of how we got involved.