Hillary Clinton delivered one of the most important speeches of her political career on Thursday at the closing night of the Democratic National Convention in Philidelphia.
The Democratic nominee reached back not only to her long history in public service but also to the nation's founders highlighting her campaign's theme that the nation is "stronger together." In her speech, Clinton also took sharp aim at Republican nominee Donald Trump and his often divise rhetoric and called the presidential election a "moment of reckoning."
Here's how the DNC went down inside and outside the convention this week.
Clinton's historic nomination
Chelsea introduces her mom
“Mr. Trump, have you even read the Constitution?”
Wednesday ... Torch passed
The protests continue
Tuesday ... Nominated
Bernie for Clinton
Making the case
Monday ... Michelle Obama's unifying moment
"Don't be ridiculous"
Ready to move on?
Monday ... Bernie's supporters make their voices heard
They still feel the Bern
Hacked emails and a resignation
Security officials are out in force
And on bikes
Love is in the air
Troubled Waters? Paul Simon warms up.
And Stephen Colbert was removed from the stage