Soo, if you're a physicist you definitely know about monday's press conference and seminar at CERN. If you're not here are a couple of links: one from Nature
and one from a very good siciene blog Cosmic Variance
that explain a bit about what's going down.
The tl;dr version is: Nothing much, but a very interesting nothing much.
I was at a big particle physics conference this summer and the general consensus was that if
CERN has a joint ATLAS/CMS press seminar before chistmas, it will be because they found the Higgs. Well, the rumor I hear is they heven't but that there are tiny signals around 126GeV.
My guesstimate is they'll announce ~3.2 sigma deviation, but wont call it more than a hint as the possible existence of the Higgs.