Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn


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Past articles by Jessica:

Facebook is launching a Twitter rival via Instagram: What to know about Threads

Facebook owner Meta is launching a Twitter rival that piggybacks on Instagram as soon as Thursday. You can pre-order Threads in the Apple App Store. → Read More

In GOP victory, judge restricts Biden officials from contacting Facebook, tech companies

A federal judge restricted the Biden administration from talking to social media platforms about content moderation on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. → Read More

Supreme Court just reversed affirmative action. What that means for workplace diversity.

Harvard University and University of North Carolina Supreme Court decision on affirmative action raises questions about corporate diversity programs. → Read More

Trans activist Dylan Mulvaney says Bud Light ghosted her after conservative boycott

Trans activist Dylan Mulvaney opened up about the transphobia and bullying from the Bud Light controversy and accused Anheuser-Busch of ghosting her. → Read More

What to know: A breakdown of the Supreme Court's affirmative action decision

The Supreme Court's affirmative action ruling will have widespread reverberations across the U.S. for colleges and companies. → Read More

Google backs off LGBTQ drag show after complaints from Christian employees

A few hundred employees signed a petition objecting to Google’s promotion of a “Pride and Drag Show” featuring popular performer "Peaches Christ.'' → Read More

Bud Light counts on 'Easy Summer' TV ad, country concerts and NFL stars to crush boycott

Bud Light bets on new ad campaign, summer country concerts and cash giveaways to crush the boycott over a trans influencer that has tanked beer sales. → Read More

The race to save Silicon Valley's untold Black history: 'Nobody had recorded any of this ever'

Black Americans are leading the fight to chronicle and preserve their historic role in building Silicon Valley's tech industry before time runs out. → Read More

Fed pauses interest rate hikes, signals two more increases likely in 2023 to fight inflation

The Fed’s decision provides a reprieve to consumers who have been socked with steady increases in loan rates. → Read More

Tesla releases diversity data for first time: How it stacks up against GM and Ford

Demographic data of Tesla’s workforce shows men vastly outnumber women at the upper levels of billionaire Elon Musk’s electric car manufacturer. → Read More

When home appraisals are not equal: Biden administration rolls out plan to fight discrimination

Spurred by evidence of discrimination against Black homeowners, Vice President Kamala Harris announced reforms to combat racism in home appraisals. → Read More

The corner closet: Why there are so few gay and transgender executives in corporate America

Nine years after Apple's Tim Cook became the first publicly gay Fortune 500 CEO, there are still very few LGBTQ+ leaders in corporate America. → Read More

Not feeling chill about new Netflix ban on password sharing? How to cancel your account.

#CancelNetflix? Netflix subscribers are threatening to leave the streaming service after the password sharing crackdown. How to cancel your account. → Read More

'BudLighted': Target is latest to face boycott calls over support for the LGBTQ+ community

“BudLighting” is a strategy of branding companies as “woke” and calling for boycotts over everything from gender-inclusive swimwear to Bud Light beer. → Read More

Netflix has lowered the boom on password sharing. What you should do now.

How to find out who's using your Netflix account and gently break the news to Netflix-mooching friends and relatives that you are cutting them off. → Read More

Musk's Twitter tries to recapture the political spotlight post Trump with DeSantis 2024 run

Musk aims to revive Twitter's glory days at the center of the national political conversation when DeSantis declares his presidential bid Wednesday. → Read More

Target removes LGBTQ Pride month merchandise after threats

Target is pulling some LGBTQ+ merchandise from stores for Pride Month after a conservative backlash and threats from some customers. → Read More

Netflix launches paid account sharing in the United States: How much it will cost you

The Netflix password sharing crackdown has begun in the U.S. Here's what you need to know about the account sharing restrictions including pricing. → Read More

Is Adidas having a Bud Light moment? Transgender Pride swimsuit touches off controversy

A new Adidas gender-inclusive swimsuit has some calling for a boycott as the sports apparel maker becomes latest brand to face right-wing condemnation → Read More

Bud Light maker stripped of LGBTQ+ rating for caving to Dylan Mulvaney backlash

Human Rights Campaign says it's taking action against Anheuser-Busch over its handling of the conservative backlash to trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney → Read More