Sebastian rocks a mean muscle shirt and a cocky Mohawk, but he’s not the kind of guy you’d assume is capable of saving a life. “Sebby,” as his loved ones sometimes call him, is only 18 months old and seems to try to eat his mom’s face when they kiss. But his mother, Elizabeth, says the tyke did, indeed, save her life.
Author: Mary Papenfuss
New York City’s stop-and-frisk crime-fighting strategy involving street searches of mostly minority residents unleashed a tsunami of controversy. San Francisco is about to try a radically different tactic: Stop and offer therapy.