Brad Hoylman

State Senator Brad Hoylman wants to leave the state Senate, where he’s served since 2013, to become the next Manhattan borough president.
A Q&A with the prolific state senator who is now running for Manhattan borough president.
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Who's up and who's down this week?
State Senator Brad Hoylman and Attorney General Letitia James.
The state senator wants to crack down on facial recognition and pied-à-terre.
Efforts are in the works to ban the use of facial recognition by law enforcement.
State Sen. Brad Hoylman introduces a bill to stop law enforcement agencies from using facial recognition.
Sen. Luis R. Sepulveda (center) celebrates after the Green Light Bill granting was passed by the state Senate.
State lawmakers passed a backlog of high-profile bills this year.
The White House announced Monday that President Donald Trump will award Staff Sgt. David Bellavia the nation's highest military honor, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in Iraq.
The Iraq War veteran will receive the Medal of Honor.
data privacy
Experts weigh in on where New York stands in bolstering cyber defenses in both the public and private sector.
New York Senator Jamaal Bailey speaking to a crowd about the bipartisan legislation to establish the nation's first commission to investigate prosecutorial misconduct in 2018.
Decreasing solitary confinement, parole reform among issues being considered.
data privacy
New Yorkers currently have no effective control over their personal information after it is shared online.
President Donald Trump during at a press conference in the East Room of the White House.
A state bill that could force Trump to release his tax returns is not the first effort