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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.

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October 7, 2021
by Alexa Hornbeck
Eating Within Consistent 10-Hour Window Reduces Risk of Chronic Diseases

Researchers from the UC San Diego School of Medicine and Salk Institute conducted a review of time-restricted eating that shows... Read More

Researchers from the UC San Diego School of Medicine and Salk Institute conducted a review of time-restricted eating that shows eating within an 8-10-hour window can reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.  “Just like to be productive we plan our... Read More

October 6, 2021
by Dan McCue
General Motors, GE Sign MOU to Develop Joint EV and Renewable Energy Supply Chains

DETROIT - General Motors and GE Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of the General Electric Co., have signed an agreement to... Read More

DETROIT - General Motors and GE Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of the General Electric Co., have signed an agreement to develop supply chains supporting the manufacturing of electric vehicles and renewable energy equipment. What both companies are calling a “non-binding memorandum of understanding” in a statement... Read More

October 5, 2021
by Alexa Hornbeck
Senate Judiciary Committee Scrutinizes Abusive Conservatorships

Nicholas Clouse, a 28-year-old from Huntington, Indiana, suffered a traumatic brain injury from an automobile accident in 2011, that led... Read More

Nicholas Clouse, a 28-year-old from Huntington, Indiana, suffered a traumatic brain injury from an automobile accident in 2011, that led to his parents obtaining full guardianship over him.  “On the rationale that someone might take advantage of me if I were to receive a large sum... Read More

September 28, 2021
by Reece Nations
Texas Republicans Redistricting Proposal Centers on Incumbency Protection

AUSTIN, Texas -- Republican lawmakers in Texas’ state Senate released their proposal for congressional redistricting on Monday. Texas acquired two... Read More

AUSTIN, Texas -- Republican lawmakers in Texas’ state Senate released their proposal for congressional redistricting on Monday. Texas acquired two new Congressional seats after the 2020 census data was published, bringing its total to 38 seats and 40 electoral votes in the electoral college. The current... Read More

September 24, 2021
by Dan McCue
Looming Strikes Threaten to Shut Down Most US Film and Television Production

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - It could be the biggest labor action in Hollywood since a Writers Guild of America strike... Read More

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - It could be the biggest labor action in Hollywood since a Writers Guild of America strike crippled the entertainment industry for some 14 weeks in late 2007 and early 2008. Beginning next week, members of the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees... Read More

September 22, 2021
by Alexa Hornbeck
Employers Grapple with Religious Exemptions Claims for Vaccine Mandates

The Biden administration announced vaccine mandates that will affect employers with over 100 employees, and now religious exemption requests are... Read More

The Biden administration announced vaccine mandates that will affect employers with over 100 employees, and now religious exemption requests are pouring in from those who claim that a sincerely held belief keeps them from receiving a vaccine.  “The minute after the president announced the new mandate,... Read More

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