Physicists at the Italian Gran Sasso laboratory have released a study indicating that the faster-than-light neutrinos reported by the OPERA experiment at CERN must be measurement error. The study is based on the particle energy of the neutrinos, which pretty much matches what one would expect if they were traveling at normal speeds (i.e. very close to, but not over the speed of light).
So coach Einstein's team has a first down, and are within scoring distance of the CERN end zone, but the scrappy OPERA players aren't giving up yet. This is still anyone's game.
It's kind of neat to watch the process of science taking place in real time. Result is announced, result is tested, some tests confirm it while others contradict it. The tests are tested, and eventually we'll know the truth. This is how science really works.