Hunting wiped out wolves from Denmark two centuries ago, but now they're back.
There had been no verified wild wolf sighting in Denmark since 1812, until a male wolf (grey wolf) was spotted in the Jutland peninsula north of Germany in 2012.
As the International Day of Happiness rolls around, the annual World Happiness Report is released by the United Nations with Norway topping the list followed by Denmark, Iceland and Switzerland.
Large palisade enclosures from the Neolithic period have just been uncovered, but what it means remains a tantalizing mystery.
A city in Denmark will become the first in the world to tap energy from household sewage to provide fresh drinking water to its residents.
Climate change may be intensifying storms in the Asia Pacific and forest fires in Australia, but it might also be improving summer weather in Denmark,
A tomb in Denmark was found with the remains of a Viking man and woman who were buried with high honors. The burial structure is a dødehus or "death house" that dates to 950 AD.
A nearly two-decade analysis by researchers from UCLA and Denmark shows that the treatment-as-prevention strategy has brought Denmark's HIV epidemic to the brink of elimination.
Five nations surrounding the Arctic Circle have things to say about fishing there.
Archaeologists in Denmark have discovered two pairs of 5,000-year-old human footprints, the first of their kind to be unearthed in the region, helping to shed light on coastal peoples from the Stone Age, according to new research.
The Danish city of Copenhagen has decided to host a massive experiment to determine the effectiveness of so-called "smart lights" - energy efficient street lamps that could cut carbon emissions and even help monitor an urban setting.