RealClearScience Morning Edition

Obama vs. Romney: Who Is Better for Science? - Tom Hartsfield, RCSci.
Humans Aren't the Only Animals to Hold Elections - Rob Dunn, Slate
We're Moderates, But We Hate Each Other. Why? - Tom Jacobs, Pac. Std.
New Study Undermines Leading Autism Theory - Deen & Pelphrey, Nature
Bad Journalism Reports on Bad Health Studies - Baylen Linnekin, Reason
A Third-World Dimension: 3D-Printed Boats - The Economist
Who Wants to Be a Cyborg? - David Ewing Duncan, New York Times
Curiosity Takes Self-Portrait, Sniffs Martian Air - David Szondy, Gizmag
Entangling Schrodinger's Cat in Weirdness - Jacob Aron, NewScientist
The Secret Lives of Kitchen Spices - Judy Dutton, Mental Floss
Newton Blog: How Did a Marine Become a Mass Murderer?

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

Sequencing DNA, One Cell at a Time - Brian Owens, Nature News
Why Genes Don't Predict Voting Behavior - Charney & English, SciAm
How Accurate Are All Those Polls, Really? - Hank Campbell, Science 2.0
World's Rarest Whale Seen for First Time - Our Amazing Planet
Figaro the Cockatoo Makes, Uses Tools - Virginia Morell, Science Now
Coded WWII Message Found on Dead Pigeon - Rossella Lorenzi, Discovery

RealClearScience The Latest Research

Ranking the Presidents on Economic Performance - Georgia Tech
Abstract Thinking Makes You Politically Moderate - University of Illinois
Solar System's Birth Record Revised - University of Copenhagen
Were Dinosaurs Destined to Be Big? - Geological Society of America