Patricia Jubb's hotel had been turned into an office space, leaving her without a place to stay in Warsaw.
Putin's spokesperson warned that "personal insults narrow the window of opportunity for our bilateral relations."
Biden also said, "This battle will not be won in days or months either. We need to steel ourselves" for a long fight.
"Tens of thousands of good jobs will be eliminated. We are protesting against that," the head of a Solidarity union chapter said.
Journalists were asked to leave a Polish trial for two Huawei employees accused of spying for China after a prosecutor said evidence due to be presented was classified in nature. The defendants and defense lawyers opposed, saying that the nature of the charges require an open trial.
The vessel may have been capable of carrying up to 100 tonnes of cargo.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Arab states "are sitting down together with Israel in order to advance the common interest of war with Iran."
The 68th Tank Regiment was renamed for Berlin and an army regiment was renamed for Warsaw.
Helicopter footage of the spill shows it has covered multiple lanes, halting traffic on both sides.
One lawmaker said the protest "caused us to think and taught us humility."
Polish military police suspects Lieutenant Piotr Capala may have offered to spy on Poland.
After two years of NATO's defense building, should the Kremlin be worried?
Parliamentary chairman Andrey Parubiy said NATO membership is "a matter of time."
Witold Waszczykowski called for permanent NATO deployments on the eastern flank.
Conservative government plans to bring laws in line with Catholic church teachings.
The plane made a diversion to Burgas airport after a passenger reported explosives on board.
On Tuesday, Jewish children in the Polish city will enter a Jewish classroom for the first time since 1968.
Jewish tombstones and a Soviet fighter plane have been found in the receding river.