Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives had to delay the start of a House Science Committee hearing set for Oct. 9, called to berate NASA over its latest human-exploration plan. They needed to address the leadership vacuum in their own party first. Once their part in the closed-door conference to continue the search for a new Republican caucus leader—and House speaker—was done, committee Republicans wasted little time in piling on the Democrats in the White ...

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