Back in November, I posted about results from the LHCb experiment indicating CP violations neutral D charmed meson decays. As it turns out, researchers on the CDF team at Fermilab have been pouring over data collected from the now-defunct Tevatron and are now announcing that their data supports the LHCb results, with the combined data pushing the potential discovery to a confidence of 3.8 sigmas. The Résonaances blog and Matt Strassler have more about this.
Still confused about CP violations? Have a look at this excellent overview by Carl Brannen over on Tommaso’s blog.