Sandy shutters Supreme Court

Even the historically reluctant-to-close court was no match for the hurricane

The Supreme Court justices braved the storm on Monday, but even Lady Justice is no match for Hurricane Sandy.

Every other federal court in Washington D.C. closed Monday, allowing judges and lawyers alike to stay home and hunker down, but the high court stayed strong until today, when it closed its shutters against the storm.

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