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It’s one of the world’s great literary mysteries: a 15th century book full of bizarre illustrations of imaginary plants, astrological signs, surreal figures and landscapes. Its origins are unknown, its creator anonymous. And it’s written entirely in an unknown language that’s stumped the world’s greatest codebreakers.

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Yale Law School hosted a conference on Tuesday about problems with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. Both presidential candidates say it would hurt workers and the U.S. economy. 

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A recovery program that helps parents with substance use disorders get treated in the home is expanding to 500 new families in Connecticut. The state-run Family-Based Recovery program is the first in the nation to use more than $11 million in private funding and will expand from helping parents with kids younger than 3, to helping parents with kids younger than 6.

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Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton gives her acceptance speech Thursday night at the Party’s convention in Philadelphia. Both she and her husband, Bill, have a Connecticut connection. In his speech earlier this week, Bill Clinton talked about about how they met at Yale Law School in 1971. 

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More than 90 percent of all the stuff in the universe is made up of a mysterious substance called dark matter. Dark matter holds together galaxies like glue, but we don’t know what it is.