Published:  12:01 AM, 12 September 2018

Worldwide waffling(12.09.2018)

Worldwide waffling(12.09.2018)

Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden talks with quarterback Derek Carr after Carr gave up an interception in the fourth quarter of their NFL game at the Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Monday. 

Carr's three-interception performance Monday handed the Rams a win and the Raiders their first loss of the season. It was certainly an inauspicious start for a quarterback that is in a prove-it year.?"The official account of the three-time Super Bowl champion Oakland Raiders." @Raiders

Many fine things happened at the 50th US Open, none better than Naomi Osaka's dignified arrival and Novak Djokovic's mighty return, none worse than Serena Williams's meltdown. 

Nevertheless the sport overall is in rude health on court, even if some of the people who run it would struggle to get a start organizing lifeboats on the Titanic.?"Living, Loving, and working to help you." @serenawilliams

Automaker Refuses To Change Focus Hatch China Production Plans. Can Donald Trump's tweet make Ford bring the production of it's small hatchback the Focus back to the United States?"Trump is saying the U.S. economy is now better than ever in history. He's lying again. Here's the truth:" @RBReich

Japan mounted a bid to end a decades-long moratorium on commercial whale hunting as the International Whaling Commission (IWC) opened its annual meeting in Brazil on Monday. 

The proposal puts Japan and pro-whaling countries up against host country Brazil and its anti-whaling allies, who want to strengthen conservation."This account has been managed by the Government of Japan @JapanGov since March 10, 2015." @japan ?

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