Cool New Fossil
The Post reports on the discovery of a fossil of an interesting animal that shows characteristics of different known animals. I love dinosaurs, and you can add this to the list of "cool extinct animals." I am also a big fan of alligators, so this one is especially fun.
I will comment later on the impact of this on macroevolutionary theory. In the meantime, if you want to know how people who are serious skeptics of the theory may view it, you can read Phillip Johnson's discussion of Archaeopteryx on pp. 80-81 of Darwin On Trial, and at other points in that book (listed in the index). If you don't own this book already, now is a good time to get it. His chapter "The Fossil Problem" helps put this in perspective.
One other bit of good news: this fossil is not likely to be deemed unconstitutional like the less fortunate Opabinia and Anomalocaris.