The real headline for an article at The Cosmos News explaining why Uranus' axis has shifted substantially:
Uranus takes a pounding more frequently than thought
And the equally funny first paragraph of the article:
Uranus isn't just gassy, it's also tilted completely sideways, such that instead of rotating like a spinning top, it rolls around the plane of the solar system more like a giant ball. Now astronomers think they know how this happened, and it means that Uranus has been pounded really, really hard not once, but twice.
Read the rest of the article here.
And yes, I'm still 13.