After a slow start, the LHC and its detectors worked nicely and collected a lot of data this year (~3.5/fb). While many analyses are still ongoing, both ATLAS and CMS will report several results on Tuesday 3 pm (CET)*. The presentations will probably appear here, a https://webcast.web.cern.ch/webcast/play.php?event=442432 [Broken] will be available. The collision energy increased from 8 TeV (in 2012) to 13 TeV, so completely new mass regions could be probed. There are rumors about possible announcements already, but I won't comment them - we will know more in two days. Certainly an interesting event for particle physics. ALICE and LHCb don't focus on new heavy particles, so they don't profit so much from the higher energy. They will need more data to improve their earlier measurements significantly. *to save some conversion issues: this post has been posted Sunday 4:38 pm CET, if you set your local time zone in the forum properly the event will start 1:38 earlier than this post, 2 days afterwards.