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The inverted pyramid in journalism is the organization of news stories with the most important information first, as follows:

The Lead
The most essential information, such as Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? The lead usually includes a “hook” or a provocative question or quote, takes around 30 words, or 1–2 short paragraphs.
The Body
The next most important details, such as controversies or issues, background, evidence, quotes, images, video, or audio that help expand the topic.
The Tail
Extra information such as related items, extra context, an editorial or the journalist’s own opinion.