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Posted at 09:00 AM ET, 12/19/2012

Read this: The man who survived an affair with Marilyn; Petraeus scandal; real-life Coach Taylor

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Amazing old Hollywood scandal: Jazz musician Hal Schaefer almost died in 1954 — after DiMaggio and Sinatra found out he was sleeping with Marilyn Monroe. Happily, he survived that scary night and lived until age 87; here’s Schaefer’s fascinating obituary.

In other news: Paula Broadwell won’t be charged with cyber-stalking; meanwhile, meet two other civilians who held unusual sway over Gen. David Petraeus . . . . Texas coach who inspired “Friday Night Lights” steps down from the job. . . . Time’s Person of the Year? The president. Boring! (updated 10:30 a.m.)

Looking for today’s Reliable Source? Start here: Mitt Romney’s Christmas card for 2012: Their biggest family portrait thus far

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