The bad news:
Numerous studies in peer reviewed journals have demonstrated that an increase in dietary saturated fat is associated with an increase in coronary risk factors.
For example : New England Journal of Medicine Volume 337:1491-1499 November 20, 1997 Number 21
The good news:
According to this link provided by tryska (thx tryska):
The culprit isn't saturated fat in general but Palmetic Acid. Thus if we can find foods with saturated fat that are high in Stearic acid and low in Palmetic acid, then they may not be as damaging.
So I went to the the USDA nutrional database
Foods with bad percentage of saturated fat as Palmetic acid( ie. 16:0)
Butter : 42% palmetic, 19% stearic
Whole Milk : 43% palmetic, 20% stearic
Lard : 61% palmetic, 35% stearic
Ground Beef : 57% palmetic, 29% stearic
Egg : 69% palmetic, 25% stearic
Foods with good saturated fat (ie. Stearic, ie. 18:0)
I haven't found any
Note: Eggs have very little saturated fat to begin with so it doesn't mean they are bad, it just means that the saturated fat in eggs is not the good kind.