I subscribe to a number science writers on Twitter. They were all a buzz yesterday over the news that only two of the contestants in the Miss USA pageant thought that evolution should be taught in schools.
From Huff Post:
Out of all the contestants in last night's Miss USA pageant, only two affirmed they thought evolution should be taught in schools.
The winner, 21-year-old Alyssa Campanella was one of the two. The rest either confused the question with evolution of species (versus the intelligent design debate), or stated that they thought both should be taught in school, according to Scientific American.
Campanella and Alida D’Angona from Massachusetts were the only two contestants to state that they fully believed in evolution, according to Think Progress.