Multiple food recalls, Damar Hamlin & more: What’s trending today

Here’s a look at some of the top stories trending online today, November 6. They include recalls on chicken nuggets and food pouches, Damar Hamlin’s first game back in Cincinnati and much more.

Israel steps up Gaza strikes, pressure grows over civilian casualties (Reuters)

Blinken shuttles from West Bank to Iraq trying to contain the fallout from Israel-Hamas war (Politico)

Tyson recalls 30,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after metal pieces were found inside (NPR)

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin returns to Cincinnati, 10 months after collapse (NBC)

Damar Hamlin launches scholarship in honor of Cincinnati medical staff who saved his life (CBS)

Trump set to testify in New York fraud trial with business empire at stake (The Hill)

Abortion debate has dominated this election year. Here are Tuesday’s races to watch (AP)

Other trending headlines

Muslim Stanford student hurt in hit-and-run hate crime on campus: Police (ABC)

SAG-AFTRA reviewing what studios say is their “last, best and final offer” to end strike (LA Times)

More brands of fruit pouches recalled for possibly leading to lead poisoning (Miami Herald)

Barbra Streisand on her long-awaited memoir (CBS)

National Geographic announces 2024 ‘cool list’ (CNN)