RealClearScience Morning Edition

The Pseudoscience of Sociology - Hank Campbell, Science 2.0
Science Has Always Been Driven by Money - Niels Ebdrup, ScienceNordic
'Stand Your Ground' May Increase Murders - Vedantam & Schultz, NPR
Are Epidemics After Disasters Inevitable? - Jonathan Katz, PopSci
Stop Worrying About 'Danger' of Genetic Info - Virginia Hughes, Slate
Wolves Invade Villages in Eastern Russia - BBC News
Wasps: Microbiology & Neurochemistry Masters - Christie Wilcox, SciAm
A Million Billion Billion Planets in Universe - Ethan Siegel, ScienceBlogs
When Will the Next Doomsday (Not) Happen? - Ray Villard, Discovery

RealClearScience Afternoon Edition

Science Must Not Join the Democratic Party - Daniel Sarewitz, Nature
Mysterious Giant Squid Finally Caught on Film - Live Science
The Strange Transformation of 50-Year-Old Men - Robert Krulwich, NPR
Female Mice Tell Dads to Care for Kids - Dan Cossins, The Scientist
Ancient Meds: 2,000-Year-Old Pills Found - Rebecca Morelle, BBC News
How the French Invented the 10-Hour Day - Chris Higgins, Mental Floss

RealClearScience The Latest Research

One in Six Stars Has an Earth-Sized Planet - Smithsonian Institution
Wide Binary Stars Wreak Havoc in Planetary Systems - Northwestern U.
Exocomets May Be as Common as Exoplanets - Univ. of Calif.-Berkeley
The Extraordinary Properties of Ordinary Glass - University of Chicago