Thomas Auringer is the Founder and CEO of U.S. Crane & Rigging, and is widely regarded as “The King of Infrastructure.”   Auringer founded U.S. Crane and Rigging in 2000, and to this day it remains a family-owned business. U.S. Crane and Rigging is America’s top project supplier for all-terrain cranes,...
What do toilet paper and freezers have in common? People are stocking up on them. When people go to the grocery store and see empty shelves in the meat department, they start to feel a food insecurity. This causes people to buy even more meat. Shortages create shortages. This feeling of scarcity has...
 Small town, meet your new celebrity neighbor—and pretend he's just like anyone else. That sums up a New York Times report on an Irish town's reaction to Matt Damon, who's been seen walking and talking around Dalkey while holed up there during the coronavirus shutdown. "I think it's an Irish thing,"...
 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is returning to work at 10 Downing St. on Monday after recovering from the coronavirus that put him in intensive care, with his government facing growing criticism over the deaths and disruption it has caused. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who the AP reports has been standing...
The 2018 murder of Binghamton University nursing student Haley Anderson is the subject of a 48 Hours investigation to air Saturday. On Thursday, a network promo revealed it was Anderson's roommates who found her body in the off-campus residence of her sometimes romantic partner and killer after climbing through a window, per CBS News....
An argument over Georgia's shelter-in-place order led to a fight that left a 16-year-old dead and his stepfather in the Fulton County Jail. A police spokesman says the dispute began Wednesday when 16-year-old De'onte Roberts argued with his mother and stepfather and left their Atlanta home against their wishes, CNN reports....
 There is now a warrant out for the arrest of the Louisiana pastor who's been making headlines for continuing to hold church services in defiance of state orders banning large gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic. Tony Spell had already been hit with misdemeanor charges related to the services at Central Louisiana's Life Tabernacle...
Two pet cats in New York state have tested positive for the coronavirus, marking the first confirmed cases in companion animals in the US, federal officials said Wednesday. The cats, which had mild respiratory illnesses and are expected to recover, are thought to have contracted the virus from people...