And who else is left out?
Five women are on the cover of TIME's Person of the Year issue. But if you look at the picture, you can see a sixth person's arm in the lower right corner. That's deliberate.Read More
This year, women like Ashely Judd bravely spoke out against prominent men like Harvey Weinstein and started a movement that emboldened and inspired others to speak out against their respective Weinsteins.Read More
Here's who TIME found influential this year, for better or for worse.Read More
TIME recently announced that Angela Merkel is their Person of the Year. She's the first woman to win the award in almost 30 years.Read More
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams nominated Steve Jobs for Time magazine's Person of the Year. If selected, Jobs would be the first posthumous winner of the prestigious award. Both Mario Batali and conservative lobbyist Grover Norquist supported Williams' nomination of Jobs. Williams' nomination speech, nominating not only Jobs, but his pioneering spirit.Read More