Greenwald back in US after NSA revelations

Glenn Greenwald, in the US for the first time since exposed Washington's vast electronic spying network, arrives to accept Long Island University's George Polk Award for National Security Reporting April 11, 2014 in New YorkUS reporter Glenn Greenwald returned to his homeland Friday for the first time since he helped expose Washington’s vast electronic spying network, warning that more revelations are yet to come. Greenwald, who maintains regular contact with fugitive former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, flew into New York with filmmaker Laura Poitras to receive a journalism award for their coverage. Greenwald and Poitras had feared they could be detained upon arrival but told reporters at a Manhattan hotel that, while US officials “deliberately created” a sense of risk, they faced no problem.

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