The scandal surrounding Ambassador Steven’s murder in Benghazi, Libya. It was very near the article’s end.
Since when did the venerable "Introductory Paragraph" become a license to elucidate anecdotal reports about last week's lunch without a single reference to the subject at hand?
Lately I've been seeing tons of articles with "catchy" "artsy" intros that give me no clue whatsoever that I should bother to continue reading.
Tell me what you're going to tell me.
Then tell me what you told me.
I would blame it on "writing-for-web-hits" except that it accomplishes the direct opposite.