Tonight on Nightly Business Report, why your local drug store may soon look more like a wellness center.

Plus, the national debt hits a milestone.

CVS Health is unveiling its new health-focused concept store that’s designed to help the drugstore become more like a health-care provider than a place to pick up prescriptions and greeting cards.

Retailers have already announced 2,187 new store closures since Jan. 1, including Gymboree, J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Ann Taylor parent company Ascena Retail, according to Coresight Research.

Activist investor Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Holdings is off to a strong start in 2019 thanks to some key new stakes.

Ford is aware of five accidents involving a defect that can cause up to 1.48 million F-150 trucks to suddenly downshift to first gear, potentially causing whiplash.

The trade deal U.S. negotiators are seeking will have some teeth in case China goes back on its trade promises, The New York Times reported.

General Motors and Amazon are reportedly in talks to invest in Rivian Automotive, indicating a massive shift in the “next and potentially imminent” electric vehicle market of pickup trucks, Morgan Stanley says.

Congress is rushing to finalize legislation to avoid a government shutdown, but President Donald Trump has not yet committed to signing it.

President Trump may be willing to extend the March 1 deadline on China tariffs if a deal is near. Eunice Yoon reports that both sides are expressing optimism – but that Chinese negotiators say some of the US’ demands are too harsh.

Ylan Mui reports that lawmakers have reached a shutdown compromise – but it remains unclear if President Trump will sign the deal.

Seema Mody reports that markets rallied Tuesday amid optimism on talks around two issues – trade with China and averting another government shutdown.

Fed chair Jerome Powell recently visited the Mississippi Delta, where many poor residents don’t have bank accounts. Steve Liesman reports from the region, where credit unions are now bringing banking services to some of the poorest people in the country.

Julia Boorstin reports that while movie sales are down – upcoming blockbuster hits may help turn the tide.

Josh Lipton reports that revenues are down at video game company Activision Blizzard – and that the company is reporting a weak outlook for the first part of 2019. This comes as the company cuts 8% of its workforce.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks rally as lawmakers reach a tentative deal that would avert another partial government shutdown.

Plus, why sitting in traffic is costing tens of billions of dollars.