In CNN's article on Norah al-Faiz becoming Saudi Arabia's first woman minister, the structure has a very clear inverted pyramid format. The author starts with the most important information: That al-Faiz was chosen for the position and that some are questioning whether she will truly have power on the council. He sidetracks a bit with a quote from an activist, then gives the hard facts on the appointment. I believe the quote is affective, because it notes the gravity of the decision without distracting from the important facts. The author then leads into a quote from al-Faiz herself, which arguably could have been used before the activist's out of respect. However, the story flows logically. After this, the author describes women's rights in the country, which is still very pertinent to the story. After a couple of quotes on this subject, the author moves on to information on the king and his politics, which is clearly the least "important" subject in this article. I think the organization works well- it goes from most to least news-worthy, with quotes inserted to give personality and perspective on the issue. The only difference I noticed was possibly not quoting the activist at the very beginning, and sticking to the hard news.