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"On me returns on December seventeenth meantime, he said President Trump's public attacks on the Justice department and FBI are deeply troubling. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update tumbled to end the week on Wall Street down dusty was ended with a skit oh five hundred fifty eight points. The NASDAQ composite tumbled to nineteen guessing p lost sixty two for the week. The major indexes all retreated at least four and a half percent. The transportation sector was hard hit. American Airlines plunging nine percent. Fedex down six percent. Meanwhile, shares of Canada's curls coop rallied today. A gain of twenty two percent after Altria agreed to take a major stake in the company Altria will also become the Kronos exclusive partner in the cannabis as new markets for medical and recreational weed opened around the world, that's your money now. Infant ibuprofen sold at several major retailers is being recalled nationwide because it might be dangerous to babies. The recall issued by New Jersey based trysts pharma covers liquid infant ibuprofen sold under WalMart CVS and Family Dollar brands each doses supposed to contain fifty milligrams of ibuprofen. But the drug company says the actual dosage could be higher causing the remote possibility of permanent kidney damage in babies. Trysts pharma says there have been no reports of kids getting sick, but adverse effects could include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, or diarrhea. A new study says migrants tend to be healthier than residents of the wealthy countries. They move into Lisa Carter reports. The two year study found migrants in general have a greater life expectancy than residents have host countries. Add were less likely to die of illnesses, such as cancer and heart disease health update, Sara Lee Kessler NBC. ABC News Radio. A new option for people who live with serious, allergies ABC's. Daria Albinger, has the story who have allergies to things like insect bites nuts or other foods, often depend on pen like injectors. Stop life threatening. Reactions epi pen which dominates the market has been in short supply because the production problems at drugmaker Mylan and can cost more than six hundred dollars for a pair. Now. German drug maker Sando says it will begin selling slightly cheaper version here in the US next year.."