"If Kamala can pay the bail for violent Antifa rioters, then I can pay the bail for any Republican staffer arrested for not wearing a mask," Cawthorn tweeted.
Some people who lined the president's route raised their middle fingers to the motorcade as it passed by.
"As our offices reopen, we will be requiring anyone coming to work at any of our U.S. campuses to be vaccinated," Facebook's Vice President of "People," Lori Goler wrote in a statement.
Two Molotov cocktails hit the Cuban embassy, which caused a fire late on Monday, but no one was injured during the incident.
Staff at Aviary Cafe in Springfield, Missouri, were demanding a pay raise to $20 an hour and health benefits after allegedly working 14-hour days during the pandemic.
Protesters were focused on demands for liberty in Cuba, calling for the administration to support Cuban freedom through pressure from the Biden administration.
At least 3,500 protesters gathered in Sydney's Central Business District Saturday afternoon to protest government lockdown orders and mask mandates.
A group of at least three protesters reportedly interrupted President Joe Biden's speech in Virginia on Friday by chanting "stop line three," a slogan used by indigenous activists protesting an oil pipeline expansion.
People have taken to the streets in the southwestern province of Khuzestan to protest water scarcity and power cuts.
Boaters said they would not enter Cuban territory in an effort to avoid escalation and potential consequences.
For weeks people in Japan have opposed the Games taking place amid rising COVID-19 cases.
"There are thousands of people in the crowd and some just come up to you and say can I take a picture," Acevedo said.
"We've made clear over the last week that addressing this moment was a priority for the administration and for President Biden," Press Secretary Jen Psaki said.
From COVID-19 to athletes taking the knee and the ever-present spectre of doping, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics could be fertile ground for controversy.
"We are going to focus on applying hard-hitting sanctions on regime officials responsible for the brutal crackdown," State Department official Julie Chung said.
Great Britain's women's soccer team performed the protest against racism just before its game against Chile.
The vocal group targeted a shopping center in West Los Angeles, urging people to take off their masks while claiming the vaccine was killing people.
The protest outside Koreatown's Wi Spa was sparked after an alleged incident where a transgender woman is said to have flashed a child in a women's changing room.
The Iranian Supreme Leader posted a Twitter thread to mark the start of the Hajj season, condemning U.S. interventions and urging "resistance" by Muslim nations.
"She needs to do her research and understand the history in America," Berry said, after Jenner called the athlete's protest "disgusting."
"It is illegal for boaters to depart with the intent to travel to Cuba for any purpose without a permit," the advisory said.
Joyce Beatty took part in a rally on Thursday afternoon to call on the Senate to pass the For the People Act, a sweeping electoral reform bill.
IOC President Thomas Bach said there was "zero" risk of athletes in the Olympic Village on Tokyo Bay passing COVID-19 to Japanese citizens or other residents of the village.
"It should go without saying that anyone who breaks the law is subject to arrest," said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' spokesperson.
Demonstrators in Delhi were attempting to cut the water supply to government officials' homes when they were hit with the cannons.
Miguel Díaz-Canel said "we have to gain experience" from the protests that have rocked the Caribbean island.
Black Lives Matter issued a statement after Cubans took to the streets to call for political change amid the nation's worst economic crisis in decades.
A group of Democratic Florida state lawmakers said they were "pleased and frankly thankful that the draconian and anti-democratic measures" in a law signed by the governor earlier this year were not being enforced.
A man was shot in front of his family for participating in a protest on Sunday in Cuba. Over 100 people have been arrested or disappeared since the start of the protests.