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The U.S. Capitol building in Washington.
The U.S. Capitol building in Washington.
(JASON REED/Reuters)

Joshua Foust

How Snowden’s leaks will hurt the inner workings of Washington

After failing to board his flight from Moscow to Havana on Monday, Edward Snowden is more or less missing in Russia. But the fallout from his leaking will continue to reverberate for years. The U.S. government, in particular, faces some tough choices for how it can respond to recent breaches of security.