The WSJ has a concise and balanced report about two recent discoveries that support evolutionary theory, or do not, depending on your viewpoint.
The first involves fossils of an ancient animal with features intermediate between water-dwelling fish and land-dwelling tetrapods. The fossils support the hypothesis that land-dwelling animals evolved from aquatic creatures. Creationists and intelligent design proponents are unconvinced, however.
The second involves the recreation of an ancient hormonal receptor, to test one of the hypotheses of intelligent design, that the many aspects of living organisms are too complex to have developed randomly. Receptors and hormones were believed to be co-dependent, begging the question of how they could evolve simultaneously. The conclusion is that the receptor developed first, and the hormone second, refuting the ID hypothesis.