I put the car up and tested for voltage at the starter and its good at that point.
I was able to reproduce the NO Crank again, this time by just letting the car run for about 10 minutes and then turning it off and the then try to start it .
I started researching again for more possibilities and ran across another video, this time about Warm/Hot engine, No Crank. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPAIFL8VH9w
They mention the ECT, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, as a culprit. They get that from a CEL and P0115 code, but I am not getting a CEL on my car.
Also, the temp gauge isn’t showing that the car is overheating.
Wondering if anyone has any input on that possibility?