If you haven't in the last day or two, then you're simply not paying attention:
So there is this papyrus fragment from unknown writings that dates to centuries after Jesus and the Apostles that says in part, "Jesus said to them, 'My wife ...""What I'm really quick to say is to cut off people who would say this is proof that Jesus was married because historically speaking, it's much too late to constitute historical evidence," she continued. "I'm not saying he was, I'm not saying he wasn't. I'm saying this doesn't help us with that question,"
The scholar who presents this find, Harvard Divinity School Professor Karen King, goes to great pains to make the point that this find has absolutely no bearing and provides no evidence whatsoever that Jesus was married.
So what is the lede for almost every story? Jesus had a wife, of course.
Foxnews "Harvard scholar's discovery suggests Jesus had a wife"
WaPo "Did Jesus have a wife? New historical discovery raises old question"
ABCNews "Was Jesus Married? Ancient Papyrus Mentions His 'Wife'"
And so on...
Pat Archbold goes on to detail CNN's coverage and then finishes with a zinger conclusively proving that there's simply no way Jesus was married.
Go on with Pat and see for yourself.