Some recent items:
The story of Hatcher...
This Triceratops is a Smithsonian icon. Now he’ll be fed to a T. rex.
Pycnonemosaurus, the king of the abelisaurids is Brazilian
(now in English)
Morphology, Disparity, and Evolution of Theropod Teeth in the Late Cretaceous in Alberta
Royal Tyrrell Museum Speaker Series 2017
Derek Larson, Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, explains how the morphology of non-avian theropod teeth can be examined both within a single formation to recognize patterns of evolution and across formations to examine changes in morphology through time.
[Carnivorous dinosaurs from yesterday to today]
Ronan Allain: Les dinosaures carnivores d’hier à aujourd’hui (in French)
Espace des sciences
Researchers puzzle over Southern Nevada tracks that predate dinosaurs
And now, for something completely different...
4 billion years: World's oldest fossils unearthed
Controversy over Nature magazine claims world's oldest fossils have been found