CERN repeated its measurement, attempting to remove or compensate for some of the potential sources of error, and got the same speed for the neutrinos as the previous time… faster than light by just a smidgen.
Someone in the comment threads at TPM notes that GPS times are already compensated for relativistic differences. That sounds reasonable, but I’m afraid I have no way to check it out.
Meanwhile, TPM’s Carl Franzen provided us with a plate of hash, the worst article he’s published in his short career. They need a real science writer over there, someone who knows that time, distance and speed are not the same things, and who can assign proper units of measurement to each.