The final 10, revealed Monday morning on NBC's "Today" show, also includes President Donald Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins, The Dreamers, the #MeToo movement, former National Football League quarterback Colin Kaepernick, special counsel Robert Mueller, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
TIME's first selection was Charles Lindbergh, the first person to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic.
Patty Jenkins, 46, is the first woman to direct a film that earned more than $100 million in its opening weekend - in this case, 2017's Wonder Woman.
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick started a movement when he took a knee during the National Anthem a year ago to protest racial injustice.
The Dreamers are the thousands of undocumented immigrants whose parents brought them to America as children.
Kim Jong Un, 33, is the North Korean leader who's shaking Americans to their core with the renewed threat of nuclear war.
Is Elon Musk's story about sending a auto to Mars fake news?
Musk's tweets vary from the report earlier this week that Falcon Heavy launch wouldn't take place until early 2018. The stronger force the Falcon Heavy will allow the company to perform missions beyond the low orbit area of Earth.
Kaepernick's initial protests have sparked a wave of related demonstrations - particularly after Trump in September used an expletive to describe those who kneel during the anthem.
The #MeToo movement represents the people, mostly women, who have fueled a worldwide discussion about sexual harassment and assault. Two weeks ago, he claimed to have turned down an offer for this year's honor. The hashtag took off last month when a slew of high-profile men were publicly accused of sexual misconduct. Other players followed, and President Trump supercharged the controversy.
Ole Miss to appeal sanctions levied by NCAA
NCAA emphasized that the punishments were instated in part because the school failed to control the athletic department. A 5-year show-cause order for the assistant coach who facilitated standardized test fraud and living arrangements.
"I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!"
Xi Jinping, China's president, wielding historic power in the Communist regime.
Previous individuals who were named Time's Person of the Year include President Barack Obama, Ben Bernanke, Mark Zuckerberg, Pope Francis, and Angela Merkel.
UAE applauds military campaign by Yemen ex-president against Houthis
But the latest feud erupted when Mr Saleh's supporters accused Houthi rebels of breaking into the city's main mosque complex.