Welcome to Day 2 of live coverage of the Democratic National Convention. The schedule shows another full day of protests followed by the main events tonight at the Wells Fargo Center, including a a roll call vote at about 6 p.m. that's expected to result in the formal nomination of Hillary Clinton for president. Speakers include former President Bill Clinton, Donna Brazile, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
11:12 p.m.: After a series of songs by Alicia Keys and a tension-building montage showing our long string of male presidents, Hillary Clinton appeared via satellite. "We just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet," she said. And to all the little girls out there: "I may become the first woman president, but one of you is next. Thank you all!"
The message was quick, but it brought the convention hall to its feet.
11:05 p.m.: Send in the guitars.
10:55 p.m.: Bill being Bill:
10:50 p.m.: When Bill met Hillary
10:05 p.m.: Flag, burning:
10 p.m.: Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein walked out into the crowd on South Broad Street and addressed the people:
9:59 p.m.: Who better to handicap the heavyweight fight between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump than Jerry Springer? The talk show host, remember, is a former Cincinnati mayor who has seen about 10 conventions.
9:52 p.m.: As we await the keynote, a story from our partner Roll Call, Bill Clinton: The First Running Mate.
9:45 p.m.: An emotional moment from earlier tonight:
9:28 p.m.: On the move ... again:
9:10 p.m.: Two protests meet on South Broad Street, read the full story here.
9:08 p.m.: America the beautiful:
9 p.m.: Watch our reporters discuss the ... interesting developments of Day 2 of the DNC:
8:40 p.m. The Mothers of the Movement have wrapped up their spot. Respect.
8:20 p.m. As the delegates await tonight's keynote speaker, former President Bill Clinton, the Internet has been providing memories of his earlier convention speeches, through video and word cloud:
7:58 p.m.Rapper Kendrick Lamar joined the protest down Broad Street and shared his thoughts over a megaphone.
7:47 p.m.: Police are standing guard at the DNC media tent.
7:36 p.m.: SEPTA's Broad Street Line shuts down ... again. Read the full story here.
6:49 p.m.: Introducing the Democratic candidate for president, "Gamma." Amy Rosenberg talks to Marjorie Margolies about her famous in-law.
6:40 p.m.: It's official - Hillary Clinton gets the needed votes to win the nomination as the Democratic Party's candidate for president.
6:31 p.m. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announed the votes passed the state's delegtes, which were counted as follows: 82 votes for Bernie Sanders and 126 votes for Hillary Clinton.
6:04 p.m.: Two protests have merged at City Hall. Protesters have expressed intentions to march toward South Philly and FDR Park. Read the up-to-date story here.
5:40 p.m.: A little sign is causing a lot of commotion at the Wells Fargo Center, Tricia Nadolny reports. It reads "All-Gender Bathroom." And it is placed over what had been the sign to a women's restroom.
The recently-unveiled gender-neutral bathroom piqued curiosities over the weekend when it was first spotted by members of the media. The renovations were minimal -- basically, just the sign. Inside, there are a dozen blue stalls.
Convention-goers have been unfazed, with many beyond the convention's 27 transgender delegates using the restroom. "It doesn't make me nervous at all," delegate Lula Dualeh told BuzzFeed News. "I just need to use the restroom. I don't care who's next to me."
Some conservatives aren't so comfortable with the co-ed quarters. Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson called the bathroom "disgusting."
"I mean I guess we're liberated by this?" he said. "Everyone should come visit one and see the reality of it. It's unbelievable."
Another journalist questioned if the move was nothing more than a publicity stunt -- given the restroom proximity to the media booth. To that, DNC spokesman Lee Whack declined to comment.
5:30 p.m.: Ashley Judd is in attendance for the rally at city hall:
4:59 p.m.: Making her way to the DNC on a one-way ticket. Gendy Tchuda flew from Puerto Rico to serve as a delegate for Bernie Sanders - and to flee her island's crushing economy. An amazing interview by Samantha Melamed.
4:42 p.m.: Galapagos lives matter:
4:35 p.m.: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who abruptly resigned as DNC chair just before the convention's start, was spotted in Philly today. Read about her resignation here.
4:30 p.m.: Two marches are slated to converge in Center City around 5 p.m. A Black Lives Matter/Philly REAL coalition march that originated in North Philly is heading down North Broad Street toward City Hall, where the protesters will join the Black DNCResistance rally at City Hall. Follow @aubreyjwhelan to stay with the North Broad Street march, and @JasonNark for the City Hall rally.
4:20 p.m.: Police Commissioner Ross is addressing yesterday's citation spree:
4:15 p.m.: Security measures are increasing:
4:08 p.m.: Did the media overstate the boos coming from Bernie Sanders supporters at the convention Monday? Nate Silver thinks so. The data king stated that contrary to many reports the percentage of booers in the hall was a relative pittance:
He did not disclose his methodology, but opined that many who watched the broadcasts heard an unrepresentative level of disapproval because of a logistical quirk:
The TV people were assigned to set up next to delegates from California, who turned out to be among the most boisterous for Bernie. (We were watching a feed from Vox, which sounded pretty rammy, so when The Rep. Elijah Cummings was talking about his late father, his poignant words nearly drowned out by a few free-trade agreement protesters chanting TPP.
4:05 p.m.: The "Black DNC Resistance March" pushed back its start time from 4 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Follow @JasonNark on Twitter as the protest unfolds.
3:48 p.m.: The Westboro Baptist Church group got into a heated exchange and brief scuffle with LGBT supporters in front of the Mazzoni Transgender Clinic at 809 Locust St. this afternoon, Steve Bohnel reports. Police surrounded the four people from the Topeka, Kan., church and the "Great Wall of Love" protecting transgender patients entering and leaving the clinic prevailed.
3:27 p.m.: +1 for creativity:
3 p.m.: In case you're wondering, Monday did set a record for both heat and rain.
2:58 p.m.: Among those having literally the worst time at the DNC: Actress Susan Sarandon, an outspoken Bernie Sanders supporter.
2:53 p.m.: DNC events are showing the dilemma gun-control advocates face in the Pennsylvania Senate contest between GOP incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey and his Democratic challenger, Katie McGinty.
2:48 p.m.: Project HOME is holding an event at the Free Library to call attention to homelessness and poverty. Follow @MikeNewall for more.
2:31 p.m.: Green Party candidate Jill Stein is addressing a pro-Bernie Sanders group near City Hall. Follow @McDanielJustine for more.
2:24 p.m.: The Black Resistance March is starting on North Broad Street near Diamond. The demonstrators are heading south, with some planning to march to the Wells Fargo Center, about six miles away. Follow @aubreyjwhelan for updates.
Our complete coverages of Monday's happenings and what's to come can be found here.
Click here for a recap from Tuesday morning's live blog.