The billboard on the crowded Taft Avenue thoroughfare of the financial hub showed a male and female having sex for 33 seconds.
A sign reading "Shoot a .50 Caliber Only $29" was changed by a group advocating for changes in gun laws.
The truck blasted audio of Ivanka Trump's comment on a loudspeaker for hours.
The New York native talks to Newsweek after the success of his first studio album, 'A Bigger Artist.'
Everything you wanted to know and probably aren't too afraid to ask about "Bodak Yellow."
Poland was one of the first countries to suffer the atrocities of the Nazi war machine in World War II.
This year's biggest release came from a musician who has been dead for more than two centuries.
The Weeknd's big win at the Billboard Music Awards and Girls Write Now's latest anthology are among the things we loved in Culture this week.
Purple reigned over the Billboard Music Awards as the queen of pop paid tribute to fellow musical royalty.
The Mosquito Killer Billboard replicates human breath and sweat to attract and kill mosquitoes.
Lean back and let Public Enemy and De La Soul take you back to the '90s
The album also did the seemingly impossible by ending Adele's seven-week rule of the U.K. chart.
The British star's 25 is set to be the first album ever to sell a million copies on three separate weeks.
The total breaks the mark held by *NSYNC with their 2000 album 'No Strings Attached.'
Adele's "25" could sell more than 2.5 million copies in its first week. Who says the record industry is done?
The pop singer set the record straight with Billboard magazine for her absences.
Lady Gaga succeeds Taylor Swift, who was Billboard's 2014 Woman of the Year.
Let's watch Taylor kick ass and take names.