Welcome to The Well News!
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
WASHINGTON - Two former chairs of the Federal Elections Commission -- one a Democrat, the other a Republican -- have thrown their support behind the election reform provisions of the For the People Act. In a letter to the leaders of the House and Senate, Trevor... Read More
WASHINGTON — The House Budget Committee approved reconciliations to President Joe Biden’s proposed $1.9 trillion novel coronavirus relief legislation Monday, setting in motion the bill’s final vote in the full House of Representatives expected to follow this week. If enacted, the legislation would provide $1,400 economic... Read More
Simon Winchester has spent a lot of time thinking about land. As a student in his native Great Britain, he read geology at St. Catherine's College and, having become involved in the University Exploration Club, soon found himself a member of a six-man sledding expedition onto... Read More
WASHINGTON — Attitudes toward American colleges and universities may have started evolving before the pandemic set in, but COVID-19 truly upended the higher ed system in ways that are sure to have an impact for years to come. Through a series of mid-pandemic public opinion research... Read More
A new study suggests that a genetic variant associated with reduced COVID-19 severity is inherited from Neanderthals. Previously, a genetic factor associated with increased risk of contracting severe COVID-19 was shown to be inherited from Neanderthals. Hugo Zeberg and Svante Pääbo analyzed new data from the... Read More
WASHINGTON - A new lobbying firm in town hopes to seize what its principals call a "unique opportunity" to advance moderate-driven, bipartisan policy solutions on Capitol Hill and beyond. Called the SMART Policy Group, the firm brings together more than 75 years of combined government relations... Read More