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Supreme Court Cameras

John Oliver Replaces Supreme Court Justices With Dogs, And It's Amazing

The Huffington Post | Bill Bradley | Posted 10.20.2014 | Comedy

This may just be the best thing since cats learned to play piano. The Supreme Court doesn't allow cameras during oral arguments, and Justice Antoni...

Justice Roberts Saved the Supreme Court -- Here's What He Needs to Do Next

Peter Scheer | Posted 09.10.2012 | Politics
Peter Scheer

What can the Court do to shore up its legitimacy in a world in which the Glenn Becks and Keith Olbermanns are in ascendancy? Answer: It can, finally, open its doors to the public, permitting real-time video transmission, via TV and the internet, of the Court's proceedings.

SCOTUS: No Cameras, but a Place on the Sidewalk for Everyman

Kathie McClure | Posted 06.04.2012 | Politics
Kathie McClure

I began my epic 92-hour urban camp-out on the sidewalk in front of the Supreme Court on Friday afternoon. Tents are not allowed, so I assembled a folding chair, a plastic tarp, and a sleeping bag to protect me from the elements.

Why Is the US Supreme Court Afraid of TV Cameras?

Dean Obeidallah | Posted 05.27.2012 | Politics
Dean Obeidallah

The United States Supreme Court -- the highest court in the land -- one of the most powerful institutions in the world -- is afraid of something most of us would relish: being on television.

The Case for Cameras in the Supreme Court

Kathie McClure | Posted 05.20.2012 | Politics
Kathie McClure

Allowing cameras, even if only for this case, is the court's best chance for protecting and preserving its honor and integrity, but time is running out.