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Washington - The journalist who interviewed the whistleblower behind the NSA scandal says to expect "significant revelations" in the coming weeks and months.
Meantime, Edward Snowden is now a step ahead of his pursuers, having abandoned his hotel in Hong Kong.
Some call him a hero.
Others say he committed high treason by leaking information about secretive phone and email tapping programs.
Yet others are calling for closer examination of government behavior carried out in the name of the War on Terror.
Intelligence leaders will be in Capitol Hill Tuesday to brief Congress about the scandal.