TIME unveiled its shortlist for 2017's Person of the Year Monday morning on NBC's "Today" show. Among those named is President Donald Trump, who was awarded the title last year.

TIME has feature a Person of the Year since 1927. They make a selection each year of a person who has most influenced the world "for good or ill," however the title is sometimes awarded to a group of people or an abstract concept. American Women (1975) and the computer (1982) have been named in the past.

TIME's first selection was Charles Lindbergh, the first person to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic.

Here is this year's short list, in alphabetical order:

Jeff Bezos

Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos presents the company's first smartphone, the Fire Phone, on June 18, 2014 in Seattle, Washington. The much-anticipated device is available for pre-order today and is available exclusively with AT&T service.

The founder and CEO of Amazon is currently the richest person in the world. This year, Amazon also bought Whole Foods. Bezos was TIME's Person of the Year in 1999.

The Dreamers

 Dreamers fill the halls and atrium during a protest inside of the Hart Senate Office Building on November 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. 

Dreamers include almost 800,000 undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as young children. Their futures in the United States remain uncertain as the Trump Administration follows through on plans to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program put in place by Obama.

Patty Jenkins

HOLLYWOOD, CA - JUNE 08: Writer-director Patty Jenkins arrives at American Film Institute's 45th Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to Diane Keaton at Dolby Theatre on June 8, 2017 in Hollywood, California. 26658_007.

Jenkins made history when her movie "Wonder Woman" made more than $100 million its opening weekend, making it the biggest domestic opening ever for a female director. She is also the first female director of an American superhero movie. Jenkins is currently signed on to direct the second installment of "Wonder Woman."

Kim Jong Un

This undated photo released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on November 21, 2017 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un at the Sungri Motor Complex in South Pyongan Province. AFP PHOTO/KCNA VIA KNS

Repeated ballistic missile tests and a back-and-forth war of words with President Donald Trump from the North Korean Leader has intensified the threat of nuclear war in American minds.

Colin Kaepernick

Honoree Colin Kaepernick speaks onstage at ACLU SoCal Hosts Annual Bill of Rights Dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on December 3, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback sparked controversy last year when he refused to stand while the national anthem was played at the beginning of games as a protest against police brutality and racism. The protest continued to grow, with hundreds of NFL players kneeling during the 2017 season.

Kapernick is currently not signed with a team, and recently filed a grievance against NFL owners, who he said blackballed him within the league.

The #MeToo Movement

Victims of sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual abuse and their supporters protest during a #MeToo march in Hollywood, California on November 12, 2017. MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

The #MeToo movement started last year after a recording was released of Donald Trump joking about sexual assault during a taping of Access Hollywood. The movement aims to shed light on the pervasiveness of sexual assault and harassment, and gained traction after producer Harvey Weinstein and dozens of other men were accused of sexual assault.

Robert Mueller

FBI Director Robert Mueller speaks during a news conference at the FBI headquarters June 25, 2008 in Washington, DC. The news conference was to mark the 5th anniversary of Innocence Lost initiative. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Mueller was appointed in May as special counsel in the investigation of the Russian government's interference with the 2016 Presidential Election. He's brought charges against four people so far, including former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman speaks during a meeting at the Diaoyutai State guest house on August 31, 2016 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Rolex - Pool/Getty Images)

The 32-year-old crown prince was elevated by his father, King Salman, in June. He is known for cracking down on businessmen and members of the royal family accused of corruption.

Donald Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he speaks to members of the media on former national security adviser Michael Flynn's lying to the FBI prior to his Marine One departure from the South Lawn of the White House December 4, 2017 in Washington, DC

President Trump was named Person of the Year last year, calling it "a tremendous honor." He has been a the subject of much controversy during his first year as president, including when he tweeted that he had already turned down the offer to be 2017's Person of the Year.

Xi Jinping

China's President Xi Jinping waves after attending the inauguration ceremony of the Chinese sponsored Vietnam-China Cultural Friendship Palace in Hanoi on November 12, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / KHAM (Photo credit should read KHAM/AFP/Getty Images)

The President of China is the country's most powerful leader in decades. He came into office in 2012 and was elected for a second five year term this year. He was written into the Communist Party's constitution, making him China's most powerful leader since Mao Zedong.

The final selection for Person of the Year will be announced on Wednesday.