The magazine chooses Jamal Khashoggi, the Capital Gazette staff and others to highlight the work of "the guardians" in a more hostile world.
While Time magazine chose Ebola fighters as the 2014 "Person of the Year," the runners-up include the Ferguson protesters whose "refusal to let a life be forgotten turned a local shooting into a national movement."
There are really just two possible choices for person of the year. I want to say Pope Francis, but I've got to go with Edward Snowden.
According to the managing editor of Time magazine, Pope Francis was chosen to grace the cover of its 2013 Person of the Year issue because he "changed the tone and the perception and the focus of one of the world's largest institutions in an extraordinary way." But perhaps his most significant contribution this year has been his condemnation of greed and materialism.
A look at the day's political happenings, including why conservatives think Hillary Clinton's faking a concussion and Time reveals its 2012 Person of the Year.
The former Army intelligence analyst accused of handing over troves of classified military records to the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks was overwhelmingly selected by the publication's readers. Find out who else made the list of nominees.
For “once again becoming a maker of history” two sleepy decades after political soothsayer Francis Fukuyama declared Western liberalism the end point in the evolution of human society, Time magazine named "The Protester" 2011’s Person of the Year. For “once again becoming a maker of history,” Time magazine named "The Protester" 2011’s Person of the Year.
He may disagree with his characterization in "The Social Network," but Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg may have been done some good by screen scribe Aaron Sorkin's and director David Fincher's depiction of him in their overachieving film, as it turns out.
Caroline Kennedy would like to be considered Time magazine's Person of the Year for 2009 and has let the magazine's editor know of her interest in the honor, aides to Ms. Kennedy confirmed this week.
Here's a news bite that could have written itself a few weeks, if not months, ago: Barack Obama is Time's 2008 Person of the Year. Even the magazine's editorial staff members knew that the choice would hardly shock anyone, but they allowed themselves to be swept along by the tides of history -- or perhaps inevitability.