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"To stack up at Lambert Airport, especially if you're flying into Chicago O'Hare or midway other cities getting hit with his polar vortex system also have some cancellations if you have plans to fly out of Lambert, call your airline before going to the airport, a maker of infant ibuprofen is expanding the recall of its pain reliever. Here's CBS's Steve Kaethe this expanded recall includes additional CVS, WalMart and Family Dollar stores. There aren't concerned the concentrations of the drug may be too high in those store branded products and that could cause possible kidney damage or diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. The initial recall was announced back in December of the New Jersey company. Trysts pharma says it's not received any reports of illnesses. Steve Kaethe and CBS new talks now underway in Washington. President Trump says he's hoping for a broad trade agreement with China tariff truce is about a month away from expiring CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy. The current round of talks now in its second day will culminate in a meeting between President Trump and the Chinese vice premier in the Oval Office. But Mr. Trump tweets there won't be a final deal until he meets with China's president Xi Jinping in the near future. Mr. Trump says his aim is to strike a complete deal that leaves nothing on the table. The main goal is to get China to end its theft of US intellectual property, the president reiterates he will increase tariffs March. I if a deal isn't struck it's a key and tax season. The deadline for many important documents to go out, including W, two statements on wages. The two thousand eighteen returns are the first since the tax cuts and jobs act went into effect. And if you don't understand how it affects you you're in good company. A recent nerdwallet survey shows the law has half of American scratching their heads. CBS news business analyst, Jill Schlesinger is asked. If refunds will be drastically different years could be an additional twenty to sixty billion dollars of refunds. There's a caveat. Of course, two things one is you. You may have gotten that money in your paycheck because you're withholding change. So you may not get as big a refund and also a refunds not a tax cut. It's just a loan you made to stand for the whole year. So you'll want to adjust your withholding for next year. Meanwhile, no, good news for Missouri. Tax payers care for potentially owing Missouri. This year that CPA Leslie Schmidt who says an air and processing f a statement that's taken out of your paycheck were probably too small their calculations were off. And so what they've done is they've under withheld on people's paychecks based on the tax tables that they put out for. I think it was about ten months, maybe nine and a half months, ten months. So the problem was fixed, but not until close to the end of last year. Schmidt recommends you ask your employer to double. Check, your Missouri, withholding at instead of that usual refund prepare instead for a potential tax Bill. Michael Calhoun news article love in twenty cable on the Jefferson Bank and trust business, desks. The United way of greater sT Louis has. A new CEO Michelle Tucker who comes to the United way from Epworth children and family services. Tucker will begin April second taking over from Auburn kimbro left to take on the CEO post at mid midwest Bank center, the Dow from stifled down one hundred twenty two points to twenty four thousand eight ninety two."