Via Daily Kos, we have this story of the bird flu in Turkey, with a disturbing development (emphasis added):
Researchers have sequenced the bird flu viruses that killed two people in Turkey in early January, and say that one of them contains a worrying mutation.
This genetic tweak can make the H5N1 virus more adapted to humans than to birds, and more adapted to the nose and throat than to the lungs. This latter effect could help to increase the chances of bird flu being transmitted between people, researchers say.
But don't worry -- that requires evolution to be taking place, and we all know how there's absolutely no evidence for that.