facebook linkedin twitter

Welcome to The Well News!

September 9, 2018

There are an untold number of leaders across this country who are working hard to safeguard our future with a sensible and pragmatic approach.  Unfortunately, they struggle to communicate with Americans who are continuously bombarded by more extreme viewpoints.

The Well News was conceived to help break through the hostile rhetoric and focus on issues that are overlooked far too often.  We are excited to bring you coverage of issues, ideas and leaders that are the foundation of progress and stability in our country.

Who are the individuals at all levels of the public and private sector putting forward commonsense solutions to challenges facing our country every day?

Where can we find people defying partisan gridlock and putting in the hard work to get things done?

What vital stories are being ignored as a result of the revolving 24 hour news cycle?

These are a few of the challenges The Well News will strive to answer.  Our goal is to provide innovative and thought-provoking content that is informative and also serves as a trusted news clearinghouse for our readers.

Here at The Well News, we are excited about what the future holds and look forward to you joining us each day as we become a driving force in the world of news.

In The News

Health

Voting

Spotlight

June 17, 2021
by Daniel Mollenkamp
Pentagon Redirects Border Wall Funds To Defense Projects

WASHINGTON- The U.S. Department of Defense has released its plan for the nearly $2.2 billion in funds that were redirected... Read More

WASHINGTON- The U.S. Department of Defense has released its plan for the nearly $2.2 billion in funds that were redirected for the border wall under the Trump administration. The money will go to a broad set of improvements related to the armed forces, according to documents... Read More

June 1, 2021
by Dan McCue
Supreme Court Upholds Tribal Police in Traffic Stop

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that tribal police officers can stop and search non-Native Americans on tribal lands... Read More

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that tribal police officers can stop and search non-Native Americans on tribal lands for potential violations of state or federal law. The justices unanimously reversed an appellate ruling in favor of a non-Native motorist who was charged with drug-related... Read More

June 1, 2021
by Kate Michael
Princess Reema bint Bandar Says American Childhood Prepared Her for Ambassadorship

WASHINGTON — Her Royal Highness Princess Reema bint Bandar remembers DC’s cicadas. In fact, she says she lived through the... Read More

WASHINGTON — Her Royal Highness Princess Reema bint Bandar remembers DC’s cicadas. In fact, she says she lived through the “cicada invasion” twice during her “non-diplomatic, but highly socially-connected” childhood in Northern Virginia while her father served as Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States from... Read More

May 25, 2021
by TWN
PMI: Reinventing Itself, Reinventing an Industry

The biggest cigarette company in the world is on a path to stop selling cigarettes internationally. How? They call it... Read More

The biggest cigarette company in the world is on a path to stop selling cigarettes internationally. How? They call it a smoke-free future and already 14 million people around the world have stopped smoking and switched to one of the company’s smoke-free alternatives, which are available... Read More

May 25, 2021
by Reece Nations
Bipartisan Delegation Wants USPS to Preserve Door Deliveries

WASHINGTON — A House Resolution urging the United States Postal Service to ensure the continuation of door delivery for all... Read More

WASHINGTON — A House Resolution urging the United States Postal Service to ensure the continuation of door delivery for all business and residential customers has received bipartisan support from a total of 118 cosponsors. The resolution, authored by Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., was written in response... Read More

May 14, 2021
by Kate Michael
Is Income-Driven Repayment Contributing to Federal Student Loan Payment Problems?

WASHINGTON — Student loan forgiveness has been a topic of conversation as the Biden administration continues to consider proposals for... Read More

WASHINGTON — Student loan forgiveness has been a topic of conversation as the Biden administration continues to consider proposals for alleviating student loan debt, but in the absence of any news on that front, borrowers are starting to get worried as federal student loan repayment is... Read More

News From The Well
scroll top