Currently Trending News Stories — January 19, 2020

From free money to the world's greatest fast rapper championing gun control on his new album, Odyssey creators had their fingers on the pulse on the news last week.

On Currently, there are always unique and stellar opinions that come in every week. We've rounded up our top 5 from last week right here in case you missed them:

1. Progressives, Don't Let Mainstream Media Trick You Into Fighting Over The Sanders-Warren 'Feud'

By Ryan Fan

In the midst of a highly debated presidential election and Democratic race, an internal feud between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren takes front stage. But is it the media that's tailoring our opinions so voters lean one way over the other? We'll let you be the judge.

2. The National Archives Censoring Anti-Trump Women's March Signs Is Dystopian And Dangerous

By Callie Wixon

The National Archive is seemingly censoring the voice of the people in images of a historic and monumental moment in women's rights history. Which raises the question, do the people controlling the past really control the present and the future?

3. 'Vote Blue No Matter Who' Is Bad For Democracy And You Shouldn't Promote It

By Cate Beard

In a heated Democratic primary race that will lead up to the imminent Trump v. [Insert Democrat Here] showdown on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the hashtag #VoteBlueNoMatterWho is stirring up the pot amongst all across party lines.

4. 11 Reasons To Google Andrew Yang Right Now, Starting With He Wants To Give You Free Money

By Sarah Phung

Let's be real, we all want free money, right?

5. Eminem's 'Darkness' Is The Gun Control Anthem This Generation Has Been Waiting For

By Gabriela Harvey

Coming out of nowhere, rapper Eminem dropped a new album last Friday titled "Music To Be Murdered By." Although known for his controversial one-liners, homophobic slurs, and rapping at the speed of light, he took some time on his new album to fight for gun control in the wake of Las Vegas mass shooting in 2017.

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