The most anticipated conversation about the environment in years will kick off in Copenhagen today. It'll last seven days: Leaders from 192 countries, including President Obama, will attend at least some of the conference.
The Copenhagen conference is supposed to produce a new treaty to address the rising threats from global climate change. Marco Werman speaks with Connie Hedegaard, the Danish Minister for Climate and Energy, who will be chairing the conference next month.
A web video produced by Denmark's Tourism bureau was supposed to lure tourists to the Scandinavian country. Instead, it's drawn the ire of Danes. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Anders Lindemann, a Danish journalist who's been following the story.
In spite of the global recession and tough competition from the computer gaming world, profits for the toymaker LEGO jumped 23 percent during the first half of this year. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Lego's CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the town of Greenville, Michigan. The town is being sued for copyright infringement over a statue of the ?Little Mermaid,?Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from the director of the Chamber of Commerce Kathy Jo Vanderlon.
Earlier this summer, Syrians were the majority of people risking the journey to Europe, but now the makeup of the inflatable boats reaching the shores of the Lesbos has changed: Iraqis, Iranians and Bangladeshis are arriving in greater and greater numbers.
The issue of refugees and how to handle them in Denmark has been on the agenda for years. However, with more and more refugees crossing the border, the staff of Information decided it was time to let them tell their own stories.
Christiania is a community in the center of Copenhagen. Musician Lukas Forchhammer grew up there in the '90s, at a time when there were no cars or streetlights and a toilet and running water were considered luxuries. Still, Lukas says Christiania had a "utopian vibe" and it helped shape the young man he is today. Lukas now fronts his band Lukas Graham; a band with a string of international hits.
With less than three weeks before election day and three bizarre presidential debates behind us, an unexpected group is on the ground stumping hard for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton: The Social Democratic Youth of Denmark.