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A Sauna or a Tiny Home? Igluhuts Bring Relaxation and Rejuvention

Tiny homes seem to come in all shapes and forms these days, and Igluhuts are no exception. While the homes look more like a hobbit might come out of one on the outside, inside, there's a modern and sleek look aimed at relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Elizabeth Warren speaks in Seattle following Bernie Sanders' win in Nevada
Elizabeth Warren addressed supporters in Seattle on Saturday after it was announced Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucuses. Warren congratulated Sanders and thanked the people of Nevada "for keeping me in the fight." Watch her remarks here.
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MSNBC Contributor Criticizes Chris Matthews Live On-Air for Comparing Sanders' Nevada Win to Nazi Invasion of France
"You simply cannot compare the victory of Bernie Sanders, whose kin was murdered in the Holocaust, to the Nazi defeat of France," analyst Anand Giridharadas said.
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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Paul Felder after UFC on ESPN+ 26 loss?
See who Paul Felder should fight next after his loss to Dan Hooker at UFC on ESPN+ 26.        Related Stories5 biggest takeaways from UFC on ESPN+ 26: Was Paul Felder robbed by the judges?Eddie Bravo: Tony Ferguson multitude of weapons will be problem for Khabib at UFC 249Karolina Kowalkiewicz says she needs surgery after facial break at UFC on ESPN+ 26 
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Meghan Trainor's dad in stable condition after being hit by car: 'The strongest man I know'
Meghan Trainor's father is "in stable condition" after getting hit by a car, the singer's representative, Luke Burland, confirmed Sunday to USA TODAY.       
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Watch this 62-year-old break the world planking record
George Hood, a former US Marine and DEA Supervisory Special Agent, broke the Guinness World Record for the longest time in the plank position. His time? 8 hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds.
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Tennessee doctor convicted in region’s first ‘Opioid Strike Force Takedown’
A Tennessee doctor pleaded guilty Friday to distributing opioids to people who were not his patients, marking the first conviction for the Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid Strike Force.
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Candace Owens 'cannot look away' from Dem party chaos with front-runner Sanders
Democrats are in a state of panic as President Trump's support among African-American voters continues to surge, conservative commentator Candace Owens said Sunday.
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Austria stops train services via the Brenner Pass on virus fears
Austria has halted all train services with Italy that go via the Brenner Pass to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, a spokesman for train operator OBB said on Sunday.
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Democratic rivals aim to slow Sanders' momentum after his big win in Nevada
Democratic presidential contenders fanned out across the United States on Sunday to try to blunt Bernie Sanders' momentum after his dominant victory in Nevada solidified his front-runner status ahead of 15 key nominating contests in the next 10 days.
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Fans will pack Staples Center Monday to honor Kobe Bryant and his daughter
From the time he began shooting make-believe game winners with his dad's rolled-up tube socks, Kobe Bean Bryant always wanted to ball. But his years on NBA courts don't sum up a life that spilled off the hardwood and into fans' hearts.
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"Mad" Mike Hughes killed in homemade rocket crash
Daredevil and Flat Earth theorist Michael "Mad Mike" Hughes died Saturday in a rocket crash. Hughes, 64, wanted to prove the Flat Earth theory by taking photographs of the Earth from a homemade rocket. CBSN Los Angeles reports.
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Bernie and Jane Sanders hire lawyers in response to FBI probe
FBI is probing whether Jane Sanders improperly acquired bank loans to expand Burlington College, which was forced to close because of heavy debt
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Israeli fire kills Palestinian trying to plant bomb at Gaza border: Israeli military
GAZA — Israeli forces killed a Palestinian trying to plant explosives near Israel’s border security fence with the Gaza Strip on Sunday, the Israeli military said. The Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad said the man was one of its members, but it did not disclose what he was doing in the area. In a statement,...
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Nearly Two-Thirds of All Registered U.S. Voters Expect Trump Will Win Re-election, Poll Finds
The CBS News/YouGov poll revealed that Republicans are far more confident than Democrats, with 90 percent of GOP registered voters expecting the president to win re-election.
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White House: Drug Prices Dropped 11 Percent Under Trump
A White House Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) report released this week found that drug prices fell by more than 11 percent under President Donald Trump.
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Lindsey Graham explains what he wants answered about Trump-Russia probe
Sen. Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Sunday revealed the questions his panel wants answered about why the FBI launched an investigation into former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. “Now, I want to know, what did McCabe and Comey know, when did they know that the dossier was unreliable?” Graham (R-SC)...
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Start your Monday smart: Kobe Bryant, Julian Assange, Mardi Gras, Leap Day, South Carolina
Kobe Bryant memorial service, Julian Assange hearing, Mardi Gras, Leap Day, South Carolina's primary. Here's what the next six days will bring.
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St. Louis shooting leaves 6-year-old boy dead and 9-year-old girl critically injured
A 6-year-old boy was killed and a 9-year-old girl left critically injured when someone opened fire on their car in St. Louis on Saturday afternoon.
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Bomb threats made against 18 Jewish communities centers in New York, authorities said
A spokesman for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the threats are believed to be part of a wider series made against JCC's nationally.       
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Dodgers split on whether MLB should eliminate access to video during games
The Houston Astros' sign-stealing scheme depended on real-time video transmitted to the clubhouse. MLB might ban the practice, a measure not all Dodgers support.
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Daredevil 'Mad' Mike Hughes killed in homemade rocket crash
Daredevil "Mad" Mike Hughes was killed when his homemade rocket crashed shortly after takeoff near Barstow, California.       
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Eddie Bravo: Tony Ferguson multitude of weapons will be problem for Khabib at UFC 249
Tony Ferguson's jiu-jitsu coach, the famed Eddie Bravo, has high hopes for his client ahead of his title fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov.        Related StoriesSean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Paul Felder after UFC on ESPN+ 26 loss?Karolina Kowalkiewicz says she needs surgery after facial break at UFC on ESPN+ 265 biggest takeaways from UFC on ESPN+ 26: Was Paul Felder robbed by the judges? 
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PM Update: Partly sunny and warm on Monday with showers developing late
Temperatures will spike into the upper 50s again tomorrow despite increased cloud cover.
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Buttigieg flags 'irregularities' in Nevada caucuses, but state party pushes back
Citing "irregularities" in vote results, Pete Buttigieg’s campaign questioned his third-place finish in Nevada’s caucuses and called for the state’s Democrats to release a more detailed breakdown of votes and address reports of more than 200 problems allocating votes Saturday.
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Here's your chance to design equipment for NASA's proposed Venus rover and win $15,000
NASA wants your help creating new technology for a challenging mission to Venus, a "hellish" planet with a surface temperature in excess of 840 degrees Fahrenheit.
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New guys Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris try to step up without tripping the Clippers
As the Clippers struggle to find continuity, Reggie Jackson and Marcus Morris hope their arrivals don't throw off the team's rhythm.
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White House expected to ask Congress for coronavirus funds this week
White House officials are expected to ask Congress for emergency funding this week to battle the coronavirus amid growing fears of a larger outbreak in the US, two officials familiar with the forthcoming request said.
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Kobe Bryant memorial to be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles
The lives and legacies of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, will be celebrated Monday at a memorial service at Los Angeles' Staples Center, called the "house that Kobe built." Los Angeles officials are asking anyone without a ticket to the event to stay away from the area. CBSN Los Angeles' Dave Lopez reports.
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Sign of the Times? Fans Who Heckled Astros for Sign Stealing Had Their Signs Taken
Fans showed up with all kinds of signs to shame the Houston Astros for being found guilty of sign-stealing, only to have their own signs confiscated.
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Giorgio Armani stages Milan Fashion Week show in empty room amid coronavirus
They’re panicking like it’s going out of style. Famed Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani staged his Milan Fashion Week show without an audience — opting instead to stream footage of his clothed catwalkers online — as fears over the coronavirus raged Sunday. The legendary designer’s firm said he canceled his 4 p.m. show and instead...
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David Frum: Fat Trump 'Can’t Pick Up a Ball, Never Mind Throw It'
David Frum, a writer and editor for The Atlantic, said on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday that President Donald Trump was “the fattest presidents ever.” Frum said, “One of the things Donald Trump tried to spread in 2016 was the idea
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Avalanche in Colorado partially buried a snowmobiler, and it was all caught on video
Two snowmobilers in Colorado narrowly escaped disaster when they accidentally triggered an avalanche.
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Twitter suspends 70 pro-Michael Bloomberg accounts citing its 'platform manipulation' rule
Twitter took steps to get rid of dozens of accounts supporting Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Friday for breaking its rules.      
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National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien Refutes Claims of Russian Interference in 2020 U.S. Election
In a briefing to the House Intelligence Committee, intelligence officials warned that Russians will continue their attempts to interfere in the 2020 election.
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Seton Hall blows by St. John’s with daunting Big East finish ahead
A buzzer-beater and a blowout. This was a get-well week for Seton Hall, which responded to a mini-slump with a two badly needed victories. It started with Wednesday’s exhilarating victory over No. 21 Butler on Sandro Mamukelashvili’s basket at the horn. It continued Sunday with a rare wire-to-wire win, a thorough 81-65 beating of St....
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Jewish Group Demands MSNBC's Chris Matthews Apologize for Comparing Bernie Sanders' Victory to Nazi Invasion
"We demand an apology from [Chris Matthews]—and we're still waiting for [Chuck Todd's] apology," IfNotNow said.
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Is flu season tapering off in the U.S.? Today's show has a by-the-numbers look, followed by reports on the Nevada caucuses and the upcoming Super Tuesday events.
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Ryan Newman undergoing treatment for head injury sustained in Daytona 500 crash
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman says he's undergoing treatment for a head injury he sustained in his Daytona 500 crash.
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US soldier in Iraq helps bust burglars with doorbell camera app
Two men were busted for burglary in Illinois after getting spotted on a doorbell camera app — by a soldier 6,500 miles away in Iraq, according to cops. US soldier Richard Wharton got an alert on his smartphone app that two strangers were breaking into the garage of his home in suburban Chicago at 2:30...
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New York Jewish center cleared after bomb threat; governor says multiple centers threatened
Police cleared the Jewish community center in Albany, New York, on Sunday after a person affiliated with the center received an emailed bomb threat, authorities said.
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UFC champ Israel Adesanya apologizes for 9/11 comment: 'I'll be more careful'
Israel Adesanya has issued an apology for his controversial comments toward Yoel Romero at the recent UFC 248 news conference.       Related StoriesKarolina Kowalkiewicz says she needs surgery after facial break at UFC on ESPN+ 265 biggest takeaways from UFC on ESPN+ 26: Was Paul Felder robbed by the judges?Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC on ESPN+ 26 with Bruce, Iggy, Bowie ... and Snap! 
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Sanders leads Democratic field in new national poll
A new national poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders is well ahead of the field of Democratic presidential candidates as the party's nominating process nears the fourth contest of this cycle.
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The man in the rubber suit: The wild exploits of human boat Paul Boyton
In the 1870s, the showman toured the world demonstrating an inflatable suit.
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Italy Cancels Venice Carnival as Coronavirus Cases Soar
Several countries closed their borders with Iran as the country reported an increase in cases and deaths.
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Museum hires refugees as docents to help visitors see exhibits from a new perspective
The University of Pennsylvania-affiliated Penn Museum launched a program called the Global Guides, which works with Philadelphia organizations to hire refugees as docents.
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Trump says he may invite boxers Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder to White House
President Trump said Sunday he watched the heavyweight fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury and is thinking of inviting both boxers to the White House. “That was a great fight,” Trump told reporters outside the White House on Sunday before he left for a trip to India. “Two great fighters. It was really very...
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White House national security advisor denies Russian meddling on Trump’s behalf
National security advisor Robert O’Brien in East Room the White House, with adviser Jared Kushner and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. | Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty Images “I haven’t seen any intelligence that Russia is doing anything to attempt to get President Trump reelected,” national security advisorRobert O’Brien said. White House national security advisor Robert O’Brien categorically denied reports that Russia has been interfering in the 2020 election in support of Donald Trump’s reelection campaign this weekend. And as he did so, O’Brien also promoted reports that Russia is meddling in the 2020 Democratic primary on behalf of Sen. Bernie Sanders. Last week, the New York Times reported that intelligence officials have determined that Russia has been working to support Trump’s reelection campaign. These officials reportedly warned the House Intelligence Committee, and briefed the president on their analysis as well. On Friday, it was revealed by the Washington Post that Russia has also attempted to meddle in the Sanders campaign, and that Sanders, lawmakers, and President Trump were informed of this as well. On ABC’s This Weekon Sunday, O’Brien told host George Stephanopoulos that the Times and Post reports of warnings about Russia attempting to meddle on the president’s behalf are false. “I haven’t seen any intelligence that Russia is doing anything to attempt to get President Trump reelected,” he said. WH national security adviser Robert O'Brien denies new U.S. intelligence reports that Russian actors are interfering to help Trump win a second term, but admits to @GStephanopoulos he hasn't looked at or sought out materials surrounding those reports. https://t.co/GQgLNKEJy5 pic.twitter.com/iFX7DZNnms— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) February 23, 2020 And on CBS’ Face the Nation, he told moderator Margaret Brennan that he had not seen the information used in the House briefing himself, but understood there to be “no intelligence” behind it. He also said there were only news reports about the briefings because information had been “leaked.” “I get this secondhand, but from Republican congressmen that were in the committee, there was no intelligence behind [the report],” he said. “I haven’t seen any intelligence to support the reports that were leaked out of the House.” When Stephanopoulos asked if he had asked to see any of those reports or information first-hand, O’Brien responded, “All I know is that the Republicans on the side of the House hearing were unhappy with the hearing and said that there was no intelligence to back up what was being said.” The official went on to make a distinction between intelligence and analysis, arguing what was presented to the House was analysis that he was not sure was backed up by intelligence, although he did not clarify what that analysis might have been based upon. The national security adviser also faced questions about the sudden ouster of former acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire. Trump reportedly berated Maguire about the House briefing before firing him, a move that Vox’s Alex Ward— and others — reported was “absolutely” related to the briefing. “That’s not true,” O’Brien said of the reports on ABC. “I was in that meeting and the president was not angry with Joe Maguire.” And he told CBS that “Maguire was always planning on leaving within the next couple of weeks.” Again, this narrative would seem to contradict what journalists have reported. However, O’Brien did appear to endorse reports that found Sanders had been briefed on 2020 interference, in order to promote the idea that Sanders is the Kremlin’s preferred candidate. “What I’ve heard from the FBI ... is that Russia would like Bernie Sanders to win the Democrat nomination,” O’Brien said on CBS. “They’d probably like him to be president, understandably, because he wants to spend money on social programs and probably would have to take it out of the military, so that would make sense.” The official did not elaborate on how the reporting on Sanders could be correct while the news on Trump was wrong, but his answers Sunday mirrored the narrative promoted by his boss last week in the wake of the reports. A paradoxical spin that serves to muddy the waters At a rally for supporters in Las Vegas on Friday, Trump acknowledged that he was in fact told “a week ago” about a Russian effort favoring him, although he framed the briefing as being told about his foes trying to start “rumors” about him. But like O’Brien, he cast doubt on the analysis of the intelligence community, calling any suggestions Russia hoped to aid his campaign “disinformation.” TRUMP: "I see these phonies, the do nothing Democrats, they said today that Putin wants to be sure that Trump gets elected. Here we go again ... doesn't [Putin] want to see who the Democrat is going to be? Wouldn't he rather have Bernie, who honeymooned in Moscow?" pic.twitter.com/zG8runP75L— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 21, 2020 He also attacked the news reports on Twitter, calling them a hoax: Another misinformation campaign is being launched by Democrats in Congress saying that Russia prefers me to any of the Do Nothing Democrat candidates who still have been unable to, after two weeks, count their votes in Iowa. Hoax number 7!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 21, 2020 Sanders, who is also implicated in Russian attempts at election interference, took a decidedly different tack: he condemned all interference, as he has done in the past. “I don’t care, frankly, who Putin wants to be president,” Sanders said in a statement to The Washington Post. “My message to Putin is clear: stay out of American elections, and as president I will make sure that you do.” The Trump team is walking an altogether different line: admitting that interference is happening, but arguing it both is — as O’Brien did above — and is not necessarily happening to benefit anyone. “I do think the Russians and the Chinese and others like to sow disruption in the American electorate,” O’Brien said on This Week. “And that doesn’t mean because they prefer a particular candidate. It’s because these are autocratic regimes that don’t believe in democracy and they’d like to see Americans at each other’s throat.” Clarity around election interference is important because it is, of course, is a specter that has hung over Trump’s presidency since before he was even sworn in. But it is also important that Americans understand how and to what degree any foreign power is working to influence the outcome of the election ahead of voting, particularly given questions over interference could give anyone fertile ground to contest the outcome of American elections in general. Given the fact the Trump administration has not hesitated to spin facts — such as the conclusions of the Mueller report — in the past makes it somewhat more difficult to take O’Brien at his word than it might otherwise be. But regardless of accuracy, O’Brien’s statements Sunday have served to only further muddy the waters around Russian interference, and to what degree that country is attempting to boost any candidate.
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