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CDF, D0: the Higgs is between 115 and 150 GeV

At an APS website, Klaus Mönig reviews (click) three papers that were released today. One of them is by the CDF Collaboration, the second one is by the D0 Collaboration, and the third one is by both of them. ;-)

The punch line of these Tevatron papers is that only the interval of masses between 115 and 150 GeV remains possible for the Standard Model Higgs.

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