Gael Monfils and His Style of Play in the US Open on The World for 9-3
President Obama speaks out forcefully on Ukraine ahead of the NATO summit in the UK. We find interesting angles on the crisis between Russia and the West, including NATO cyber defense capabilities, a battle over the alphabet in Kazakhstan, and what's ahead for the Russian-leaning Gagauzia region of the former Soviet republic of Moldova.
Also today, why a Canadian surgeon wants cameras in the operating room. He sees it as the equivalent of a black box on an airplane, recording everything that happens as the surgery unfolds.
We'll find out why Iranian authorities are suddenly giving smartphone users access to 3G and 4G networks.
And we'll hear about self-coached French tennis sensation Gael Monfils and his rebellious style of play. He's up against Roger Federer in the quarterfinals of the US Open.
Plus, we catch up with New Yorker writer Lauren Collins about her amazing tale of undercover cops in London and their deceits and double lives.