From Scientific American, July 5, 2018: This editorial weighs in on the latest result from the MiniBooNE experiment. The author says that, while winning experiments may soon give us clarity, at this time there is no resolution to the sterile neutrino question.

From CNN, June 19, 2018: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln explains how studying neutrinos became an intellectual industry. There were dozens of independent experiments telling a consistent story, each reporting similar values for the parameters being studied. Well, except for one.

From Physics Today, June 14, 2018: New results from MiniBooNE confirm tantalizing evidence from 20 years ago of an additional neutrino species, but they also fly in the face of findings from other recent experiments.

From Scientific American, June 7, 2018: Physicists have caught ghostly particles called neutrinos misbehaving at Fermilab’s MiniBooNE experiment, suggesting an extra species of neutrino exists.