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TIME Magazine Honors Activists, Pioneers Seen as Influential

TIME Magazine named U.S. President Barack Obama, Cuba’s Raúl Castro and Pope Francis, along with 97 others -- leaders, titans, icons, artists and pioneers -- in its 2015 edition of the 100 most influential people in the world. At the event, managing editor Nancy Gibbs said there is an important distinction to be made between power and influence. "Power’s reach is limited to those you can control. Influence’s reach is boundless when any great idea, any cause, or cure, or...

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