Mary Mallon had gone underground after her first arrest, but a 1915 outbreak sparked new suspicions.
Nearly a million people were starved, shot and gassed at Auschwitz, according to the museum.
Hundreds of original portraits were lost in the great fire150 years ago this month.
Daughter-in-law says her family is comforted that riders helped Carol Glover in her last minutes.
Victim who died during Metro tragedy to be remembered with memorial service at her Capitol Hill church.
Carol Glover was aided by fellow passengers who tried desperately to keep her alive.
Some passengers panicked, others prayed. “Lord, we don’t want to die here.”
Her keepers in D.C. examine a critical illness and wonder how she survived.
Martin Gallery, 70, has seen the best and worst of life along the old C&O Canal.
Informal truce spread along WWI’s western front, as implacable foes became friends for a day.