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Whistleblower Agrees to Answer Written Questions of Republicans, Lawyer says

Whistleblower Agrees to Answer Written Questions of Republicans, Lawyer says

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The lawyer of the whistleblower whose identity has said that his client is ready to answer Republican questions about Trump's dealings with Ukraine. The attorney of the whistleblower, Mark Zaid has assured the House Republicans of timely answers when they submit their questions. “We are ready to cooperate and ensure facts,” he wrote. The revelations of the whistleblower spurred the impeachment process against President Trump. Republicans, however, have accused Democrats of trying to rig the process. They argue that the impeachment inquiry against the President is secretive and one-sided. Following the complaints by the House Republicans, Zaid tweeted on Sunday that his client is willing to answer the written questions of Republicans. The offer made by Zaid to take questions from Republi
Mayor of Chicago Announces the End of 11-Day Teacher Strike as Schools Reopen on Friday

Mayor of Chicago Announces the End of 11-Day Teacher Strike as Schools Reopen on Friday

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Chicago Mayor, Lori Lightfoot has said that they have reached an agreement with the CTU and that classes will resume on Friday. The teacher strike which started two weeks ago was called off after Chicago teachers had a closed-door meeting with the Mayor of Chicago to reach a labor deal. The strike kept school children at home for 11 days. Speaking on their decision to put an end to the strike, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) said in a statement released on Thursday that they had reached a deal with the Mayor and the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and that students and educators will be returning to classes on Friday. Confirming the agreement to call off the strike, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said in a tweet “CPS classes will resume on Friday.” Students are expected to be in school as the CTU