I have a question about what the different parts of a newspaper article are called:
Qestion 1: Am I right in thinking that the "title" (A in the illustration below) is called heading, and that the main part of the running text (C in the illustration below) is called body?
Question 2: What is the introductory part (B in the illustration below) called?
Illustration (beginning of article taken from National Geographic Magazine):
A.The Alps’ magical ice caves risk vanishing in our warming world
B. For centuries, this spectacular underworld recorded the local climate and entranced visitors. Now its fairy-tale features are receding, drip by drip.
C. As a child, Karoline Zanker had a magical playground. From her home in the quaint Austrian village of Sankt Martin bei Lofer, near Salzburg, she’d hike past a little pilgrimage church and up into the Lofer Mountains, just below the tree line where even hardy larches cease to grow. At an altitude of about 5,200 feet, under the lofty peaks, she’d slip through a narrow portal in the limestone and crawl right inside the mountain. Prax ice cave, she says, was just like a fairy tale. ...