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 - Getting a formal concession, finally, might all come down to this. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of appeals on Monday granted a request from President Donald Trump's campaign to consider, on an expedited basis, an appeal of a mere facet of a federal judge's... Read More
Of all the classes of workers who have come to be highlighted as “essential” during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, one group that is often, unfairly overlooked are those who keep the infrastructure of high rise offices and residential buildings functioning -- elevator mechanics. Throughout the pandemic’s... Read More
WASHINGTON - President-elect Joe Biden wasted no time in assembling the new coronavirus task force he unveiled Monday, but it will likely be early December before the majority of Americans learn who the new president has picked for his cabinet. The plan, according to people familiar... Read More
WASHINGTON -- With Congress considering significant health care reforms, including creating a government-run health insurance plan called the public option, a new study shows that it could be significantly more expensive than previously estimated. The study, released by Lanhee J. Chen, Ph.D., Tom Church, and Daniel... Read More
When Gwen Boyd-Willis was released from a Georgia women’s prison after a four-month sentence for fraudulently using an ATM card left in a machine, she faced new barriers to gaining employment and becoming a productive member of society. Candid with her mistakes, she wanted to make... Read More