Past Persons of the Year: Where Are They Now?
Here's what 25 recipients of the title in years past have been up to recently: View as. Replay. SHARE. 1. Elizabeth II, Person of the Year for 1952. Jan. 5, 1953 Cover Credit: BORIS CHALIAPIN Queen Elizabeth, as Person of the Year for 1952, on the Jan.
Meet the Most Devoted Fan of TIME's Person of the Year Issue
And a nephew of Adelman's who worked at the Gates Foundation secured Bill and Melinda Gates's autographs on the 2005 “Persons of the Year” cover (“The Good Samaritans”), while Adelman personally cornered Bono after a D.C. dinner function, where ...
PolitiFact's liars of the year: The politicians who played the Ebola fear card
Los Angeles Times
Remember Ebola? Only two months ago, many Americans were gripped by fear of the uncontrollable spread of an apparently incurable disease that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention projected could strike 1.4 million people in West Africa before ...
Ex-Army researcher among 'Person of the Year' honorees
A former Army researcher who worked on an anti-Ebola drug in an Army lab at Fort Detrick, Maryland, in the late 1990s and early 2000s was one of several "Ebola fighters" spotlighted by Time magazine in its annual "Person of the Year" selection.