Welcome to the world of digital media where ad placements are driven by numbers, CPM, click throughs, and gross impressions...people not so much. When things get automated weird juxtapositions come up. Did Toyota actually sponsor Detroit's unemployment? Obviously not, but they did sponsor the ad that ended up above a news story about it. The positive community theme of the ad is out of place on top of a photo of a run down Detroit neighborhood.
Sorry Toyota, not your fault. It's impossible to predict what content will appear where on any news site and with automated ad placements you can never be sure where your ad will end up. It's just how these things get done in digital on Madison Avenue these days.