I recently saw this article in my Google News page, whose headline and first paragraph are:
Antimatter's Magnetic Charge Revealed
Scientists say they've made the most precise measurements to date of the magnetic charge of single particles of matter and its spooky counterpart antimatter.
From my intro-level E&M class, and the relevant Wikipedia article, I was under the impression that, by definition, a magnetic monopole would be an object with a net "magnetic charge".
If these researchers had found magnetic monopoles, I imagine there'd be a lot more coverage, so it seems like it's much more likely to be a case of shoddy science reporting. If so, what is the actual concept they are attempting to refer to?