As I told you on Saturday morning, the CDF Collaboration at the defunct Tevatron collider was going to publish a result on the Higgs physics that is based on 10 inverse femtobarns of their data. Here is the paper:
Because the LHC indicates an excess of the diphoton events, we could still have been seeing a detectable signal at the Tevatron. Instead...
Instead, the CDF analysis shows absolutely no excess near 125 GeV, the mass of a nearly discovered Higgs boson at the LHC.
The Tevatron folks have some near-2-sigma excess around 120 GeV. If you wanted to ask me, I would say that after some experience with bizarre claims about Z-prime bosons, CPT-violation in top quark sectors, additional top quark asymmetries, and other things regularly coming from the CDF Collaboration in the recent year or so, I don't personally believe that the CDF Higgs diphoton analysis is too trustworthy.