During a contentious confirmation hearing that touched on the politically sensitive topics of climate change, equality in the workforce and gay marriage, Rep. Jim Bridenstine, the Trump administration’s nominee for NASA administrator, said he will put partisan issues behind him and keep the space agency focused on the objective collection and open distribution of science. A Senate oversight committee on Nov. 8 voted 14-13 along party lines to advance Bridenstine’s nomination to ...

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