Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan sat down with comedian Samantha Bee, host of TBS' "Full Frontal," Wednesday during the Democratic National Convention to discuss Bee's show, her take on the conventions and what it's like to be a woman in late-night television. (Washington Post Live)

The Washington Post set up headquarters in Philadelphia’s Logan Square during the Democratic National Convention. See highlights from our week of live events below.

[Check out our schedule for the Republican National Convention here.]

Our schedule for the week:

July 25, 11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | Fourth Estate Briefing

Senior Post reporters and editors held town hall conversations, giving a “behind the curtain” look at our political coverage.

-Steven Ginsberg, Senior Political Editor, The Washington Post
-Robert Samuels, National Political Reporter, The Washington Post
-Abby Phillip, National Political Reporter The Washington Post
Moderated by Dan Balz, Chief Correspondent, The Washington Post

Post political reporters Dan Balz, Robert Samuels and Abby Phillip and senior political editor Steven Ginsberg held a town hall conversation at the Democratic National Convention, giving a behind-the-scenes look at covering 2016. (Washington Post Live)

July 25, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. | Party Platform: Criminal Justice

Policymakers and experts examined the Democrats’ party platform on policing and criminal justice reform.

-Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy
-Glenn Martin, Founder, JustLeadershipUSA
Moderated by Jonathan Capehart, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post

-Sheriff Susan Benton, Highlands County, Fla.
-Samuel Sinyangwe, Co-founder, Campaign Zero
-Wesley Lowery, National Political Reporter, The Washington Post
Moderated by Jonathan Capehart, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post

Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy and Glenn E. Martin, founder of JustLeadershipUSA, discussed efforts to improve the U.S. criminal justice system with Washington Post opinion writer Jonathan Capehart on Monday at The Post's DNC headquarters in Philadelphia. (Washington Post Live)
Highlands County Sheriff Susan Benton and Campaign Zero co-founder Samuel Sinyangwe join Washington Post national political reporter Wesley Lowery and opinion writer Jonathan Capehart to examine the Democrats' party platform on policing and criminal justice reform. (Washington Post Live)

July 26, 10 ­- 11:00 a.m. | Party Platform: Energy and the Economy

Policymakers looked at the Democratic Party’s energy priorities and what they may mean for the economy.

Clinton adviser Trevor Houser, Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-Calif.), Don Cravins Jr. of the National Urban League and Spruce chief executive Nat Kreamer discuss the Democrats' energy platform and what it may mean for the economy. (Washington Post Live)

July 26, 12:30 ­- 1:00 p.m. | 202 Live with James Hohmann and California Gov. Jerry Brown

California Gov. Jerry Brown tells The Post's James Hohmann that Sen. Bernie Sanders' second place run in the 2016 Democratic National Convention is a "lovefest" compared to Brown's second-place run in 1992. (Washington Post Live)
California Gov. Jerry Brown is slated to speak Wednesday evening at the Democratic National Convention. He said Tuesday in an interview with The Post's James Hohmann, that he plans to speak about climate change. He also discussed his role as governor, his past presidential campaigns and his thoughts on Sen. Bernie Sanders' run for president. (The Washington Post Live)

July 26, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | Politics & Pints + An Interview with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper

Chris Cillizza, founder of The Fix, started the evening interviewing Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. He followed the newsmaker interview with popular trivia series with Politics & Pints. Guests tested their knowledge in U.S. politics, geography and a little bit of pop culture.

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper spoke with The Post's Chris Cillizza Tuesday night during the Democratic National Convention. He talked about Hillary Clinton, his vetting process for vice president and the politics of his state -- including his hesitancy over legalizing marijuana. (Washington Post Live)

July 27, 9:30 ­- 10:00 a.m. | Newsmaker Interview Live

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) and The Post’s Dave Weigel sat down for a live interview during the Democratic National Convention.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) told The Post's Dave Weigel Wednesday, July 27 during the Democratic National Convention that Hillary Clinton's running mate Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) will bring "authenticity and humanity" to the presidential race. (Washington Post Live)

[Sen. Chris Murphy says vote on TPP should be held off until 2017]

July 27, 10 ­- 11:00 a.m. | Party Platform: Health Care

Leaders in health care and policy discussed Democrats’ views on the future of the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, and public health crises like Zika virus and opioid abuse.

-Former Sen. Tom Daschle
-Ann O’Leary, Senior Policy Adviser, Hillary for America
-Nancy-Ann Deparle, Former White House Health Czar
-Daniel J. Hilferty, President, Independence Blue Cross
Moderated by Karen Tumulty, National Political Correspondent, The Washington Post

Former Sen. Tom Daschle, Clinton adviser Ann O'Leary, Independence Blue Cross president Daniel J. Hilferty, and former White House health care czar Nancy-Ann DeParle discuss the Demcorats' party platform on health care, and the policy and public health issues a future president may face. (Washington Post Live)

July 27, 3 – 3:45 p.m. | PostPartisan Live

Washington Post columnists offered some convention(al) wisdom.

-E.J. Dionne, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post
-Jennifer Rubin, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post
-Jonathan Capehart, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post
-Fred Hiatt, Editorial Page Editor, The Washington Post
Moderated by Ruth Marcus, Deputy Editorial Page Editor, The Washington Post

Washington Post editorial page editor Fred Hiatt and columnists E.J. Dionne, Jennifer Rubin and Jonathan Capehart join deputy editorial page editor Ruth Marcus at the Post headquarters Wednesday in Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention to off some unconventional convention(al) wisdom. (Washington Post Live)

July 27, 4:30 – 5:15 p.m. | Women in Power

Women in Power examines the changes in life and work for women in Washington.

Featuring:
-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, interviewed by Kelsey Snell, Congressional Reporter, The Washington Post
-Hillary for America Director of Communications Jennifer Palmieri and political consultant Stephanie Cutter, interviewed by Anne Gearan, National Political Correspondent, The Washington Post

As part of The Post's Women in Power series, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke with The Post's congressional reporter Kelsey Snell to discuss Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and why it's important for more women to seek office. (Washington Post Live)

[Nancy Pelosi: No one knows better than Donald Trump that he should not be president]

Washington Post national politics correspondent Anne Gearan spoke with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), Hillary for America communications director Jennifer Palmieri and political consultant Stephanie Cutter in Philadelphia Wednesday during the Democratic National Convention about changes in life and work for women in Washington. (Washington Post Live)

[Nancy Pelosi says she’s never thought an elected official should be the chair of DNC]

[Nancy Pelosi says it’s terrible running for office as a woman, but urgent]

July 28, 10 – 11:00 a.m. | Party Platform: Immigration

Advocacy leaders and policymakers discussed the Democratic Party’s position on border protection, refugee assistance and other immigration issues.

-Javier Palomarez, President, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Interviewed by Mary Jordan, National Political Reporter, The Washington Post

-Maria Teresa Kumar, President and Chief Executive, Voto Latino
-Lily Eskelsen García, President, National Education Association
-Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.)
Moderated by Ed O’Keefe, National Politics Reporter, The Washington Post

Voto Latino president Maria Teresa Kumar, National Education Association president Lily Eskelsen García and Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) join The Washington Post's Ed O'Keefe on the last day of the Democratic National Convention to discuss the Party's position on immigration reform including implementation of the Dream Act and discrimination toward undocumented immigrants (Washington Post Live)
Javier Palomarez, president of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce spoke with The Washington Post's Mary Jordan Thursday, July 28 during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. (Washington Post Live)

July 28, 3:30 ­- 4:00 p.m. | Newsmaker Interview Live

Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) joined Post congressional reporter Paul Kane for a live interview during the Democratic National Convention.

In an interview with Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane on July 28, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) predicted that 95 percent of Bernie Sanders's supporters would vote for Hillary Clinton. (The Washington Post Live)
New York Sen. Charles E. Schumer describes his knack for matchmaking staff members. There have been 13 weddings so far, he tells The Post's Paul Kane. (Washington Post Live)
Though he may have a knack for matchmaking, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) recounts to The Post's Paul Kane a time he officiated a wedding in Massachusetts and things didn't go as planned. (Washington Post Live)
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) sits down with Washington Post congressional reporter Paul Kane for a live interview Thursday, July 28 during the Democratic National Convention. (Washington Post Live)

July 28, 3:30 ­- 4:00 p.m. | Newsmaker Interview Live

Robby Mook, campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, sat down with Post chief correspondent Dan Balz for a live interview on the last day of the Democratic National Convention.

In an interview with Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz on July 28, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook said her speech at the Democratic National Convention will elaborate on her "Stronger Together" motto. (The Washington Post Live)
In an interview with Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz on July 28, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook said Florida, Ohio and North Carolina are the most crucial states for Clinton to win. (The Washington Post Live)
Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, sat down with The Post's Dan Balz for a live interview Thursday, July 28 during the Democratic National Convention, just hours before the Democratic presidential nominee's much-anticipated convention speech. (Washington Post Live)

July 28, 4:30 – 5:15 p.m. | Fourth Estate Briefing

Senior Post reporters and editors held town hall conversations, giving a “behind the curtain” look at our political coverage.

-Robert Costa, National Political Reporter, The Washington Post
-David Maraniss, Associate Editor, The Washington Post
Moderated by Margaret Sullivan, Media Columnist, The Washington Post

On the last day of the Democratic National Convention, The Post's national political reporters Robert Costa and Karent Tumulty and associate editor David Maraniss joined media columnist Margaret Sullivan for a town hall conversation, giving a behind-the-scenes look at covering the presidential nominating conventions. (Washington Post Live)

July 25 – 28, 7:30 – 10: p.m. | Washington Post Viewing Parties at the DNC

Each night, we carried coverage of the hall program in our space.