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The loved-up pictures Armie Hammer's ex-girlfriend posted to her private Instagram account - including one where the 'cannibal' actor met her mom - while posting her 'bruised' pictures to her public account

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Armie Hammer's ex-girlfriend appeared to be covered in bruises in photos she posted on her public social media during the few months she was dating the actor. But she posted loved-up photos of the pair on her private Instagram account, DailyMail.com can reveal.   Model Paige Lorenze, 22, showed off the handsome actor on her secret account, in one snap hugging him from behind while riding a scooter and writing on October 31, 2020: 'Finsta meet daddi.'  The 34-year-old Call Me By Your Name star even let Lorenze meet his mother, all three posing for a photo together shortly after Thanksgiving. The loved-up shots were kept off Lorenze's public Instagram, where internet sleuths have pointed out that she appeared to be covered in bruises during the few months she was dating Hammer, as photos seem to show purplish bruises on her back, legs and breasts. Lorenze, who said she dated Hammer from October to December, gave a recent interview to Star Magazine, where she has claimed H

Police speak to Armie Hammer about his Instagram video showing a lingerie-clad 'Miss Cayman' on all fours on his hotel bed - which he apologized for and said was a 'foolish attempt at humor'

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Police in the Cayman Islands spoke to actor Armie Hammer about a video he shared on his private Instagram account showing a woman in lingerie on all fours who he called 'Miss Cayman'. Grand Cayman police said authorities spoke with the 34-year-old actor on Friday January 15 about the footage following a complaint in a press release Wednesday. 'On January 15, 2021, the RCIPS received an allegation of misuse of ICT in relation to a suggestive video which had been posted on social media,' police said in a statement. ICT refers to information and communications technology. 'Officers investigated the matter and spoke to the suspect, who was warned about his conduct, in accordance with the wishes of the complainant,' the statement added. The case is now closed. Officials said he was not brought into police custody and was not arrested. Police in the Cayman Islands spoke to actor Armie Hammer about a video he shared on his alleged secret Instagram showing a woman in li

Republican minority leader Kevin McCarthy tries to kill off revenge plot against Liz Cheney for voting to impeach Donald Trump as party is torn apart over trial

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Kevin McCarthy said Thursday that he would not support an effort from Republican lawmakers to push out Representative Liz Cheney from her leadership position in the House. 'Do you want Liz Cheney to remain as conference chair or no?' a reporter asked McCarthy during his weekly conference on Thursday. The Minority leader simply shot back: 'Yes.' Cheney, who represents Wyoming and serves as GOP conference chairwoman, is facing extraordinary clapback from her own party after she became the highest ranking Republican to vote for impeaching Donald Trump earlier this month. But McCarthy says she should remain in her post. Many of Trump's House allies are circulating a petition demanding a vote to call on Cheney to resign. Cheney is also facing fallout in her home state, where Cheney already has her first primary challenger for the 2022 race. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday that he does not want Liz Cheney removed from her post as GOP conference chairwom

New unemployment claims remain high at 900,000 as pandemic and lockdowns continue to spur layoffs

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New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped slightly last week, but remain at a historically high level that points to further job cuts in a raging pandemic. For the week ending January 16, 900,000 people filed for unemployment, a decrease of 26,000 from the prior week's revised level, according to Labor Department data on Thursday. Prior to the pandemic, the record for weekly jobless claims was set at 695,000 during the Great Recession, and the current levels remain higher than in any pre-pandemic week since records were first kept in 1967.  The new data highlighted the struggling economy that President Joe Biden has inherited this winter, as virus cases spiked, cold weather restricted dining and federal rescue aid expired.   The government said that 5.1 million Americans are continuing to receive state jobless benefits, down from 5.2 million in the previous week. Some people stop receiving benefits when they find work, and for others the benefits expire. For the week

Out with the old: Biden removes Trump's Andrew Jackson portrait and Brits bridle as Winston Churchill's bust goes out and Rosa Parks and American socialist Cesar Chavez come in

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Joe Biden has already given the Oval Office a makeover, and some of the changes are already proving controversial. The president revealed his new d├ęcor Wednesday as he invited reporters to watch him sign a series of executive orders hours after his inauguration. A bust of Cesar Chavez, the labor leader and civil rights activist, is nestled among an array of framed family photos displayed on a desk behind the new president. Busts of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt and Robert F. Kennedy also feature.   A dark blue rug has been brought out of storage to replace a lighter colored one installed by former President Donald Trump.  Also gone are Trump's gold curtains, replaced with darker shade of gold that hung when Bill Clinton was president.  As has the portrait of controversial former president Andrew Jackson, America's first populist president, which was hung by Trump.  Jackson was known to have built his personal fortune with slave labor while his time in o