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 -- The House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday to make the District of Columbia the 51st U.S. state at a time political support for the legislation is the strongest it has ever been. The bill, entitled H.R. 51, now heads to the Senate, where... Read More
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett joined hundreds of other capitalists and corporate titans in signing an open letter condeming “discrimnatory” legislation designed to curtail voting rights. The letter, which appeared under the headline “We Stand for Democracy,” appeared as a double-page, centerfold advertisement in Thursday’s editions of... Read More
WASHINGTON -- As the U.S. death toll reached 564,000 from COVID-19, the nation’s top disease experts said Thursday normal life will return for Americans only when enough of them get vaccinated. But with more than 70,000 new infections daily, they could not predict for Congress when... Read More
An Urban Institute survey covering the first year of the coronavirus pandemic found that despite a steep drop in employment, the share of young adults reporting food insecurity or problems paying utility and medical bills actually declined compared to previous studies. “Measures of hardship look at... Read More
Just as corporations and tax practitioners are beginning to adjust to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Biden administration’s proposed changes would introduce further complexities into an already complicated system, according to three U.S.-based tax attorneys. Biden’s proposal increases the standard corporate tax rate,... Read More
WASHINGTON - The U.S. trade deficit surged to a record high in February as the nation’s economic activity rebounded more quickly than that of other nations carefully shake off the economic hardships associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The trade deficit jumped 4.8% to a record $71.1... Read More