Date: February 22, 2012
Description: Scientists hypothesize that either an optic cable connecting a GPS unit to a receiver is the cause for a 60-ns discrepancy from the speed of light, or the measurement of the passage of time between the two atomic clocks used in the experiment was probably done incorrectly.
So there you go. Either the rules of Einsteinian physics have to be rewritten, or it could have possibly just been a loose cable. What sounds more reasonable?
I mean, I'm not putting off the hypothesis that it was really faster than light just yet -- they still need to run more tests to see what the proper cause was. But when it looks like there's an explanation that doesn't require as many new unproven assumptions...