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With a little under a year left until the Iowa caucuses, the entertainment industry's elites have already donated thousands to 2020 Democratic candidates, according to Q1 FEC filings.

Flashback: Past presidential elections were no different. Jay-Z and Beyonce helped raise thousands of dollars when President Obama was running for re-election in 2012. Roseanne Barr and James Woods were among the most vocal supporters of President Trump during the 2016 election.

Sen. Cory Booker:

  • Actress Rosario Dawson, who is also Booker's partner
  • Singer Jon Bon Jovi
  • Actress Jamie Lee Curtis
  • Actor Kevin Bacon
  • Actor Orlando Bloom
  • Actor Josh Gad
  • Actress Toni Trucks
  • Actor Edwin Hodge
  • Actress Emily Deschanel
  • Neil Barsky, founder of the Marshall Project
  • Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg, Dreamworks executive

Sen. Bernie Sanders:

  • Actor Danny DeVito
  • Actor Ray Fisher
  • Actress Susan Sarandon
  • Actor Ted Levine
  • Actor Thomas Middleditch
  • Actress Renee Smith
  • Actor Nick Zano
  • Rostam Batmanglij, former member of Vampire Weekend
  • Singer Brandi Carlile
  • Chris Shiflett, guitarist for Foo Fighters

Pete Buttigieg:

  • Actress Mandy Moore
  • Actor Ryan Reynolds
  • Actor Carl Weathers
  • Actress Jane Lynch
  • Sportscaster Rich Eisen
  • James Murdoch, Former 21st Century Fox CEO
  • Carolyn Strauss, Game of Thrones producer
  • Neal Baer, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit producer
  • John August, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory writer
  • Caroline Kennedy, daughter of President John F. Kennedy

Sen. Kamala Harris:

  • Filmmaker J.J. Abrams
  • Actor Ben Affleck
  • Actress Reese Witherspoon
  • Actor Parvesh Cheena
  • Actor Jon Cryer
  • Actress Soleil Moon Frye
  • Actor Jon Hamm
  • Actor William Macy
  • Actress Felicity Huffman
  • Actor Charlie Carver
  • Actor Pedro Pascal
  • Actress Busy Phillips
  • Actor Wendell Pierce
  • Actress Alison Pill
  • Actress Wanda Sykes
  • Actress Lily Tomlin
  • Actress America Ferrera
  • Actor Taran Killam

Rep. Beto O'Rourke:

  • Actress Cecily Strong
  • Actor John Slattery
  • Actor Robert Odenkirk
  • Actress Rooney Mara
  • Actor Tate Donovan
  • Country singer Willie Nelson
  • Phil Lesh, bass player for Founding Dead

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand:

  • Actress Rachel Dratch
  • Actress Connie Britton
  • Actress Casey Willson
  • Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg, Dreamworks executive

Andrew Yang

  • Actor Nicolas Cage
  • Rivers Cuomo, Weezer's frontman
  • Actor Noah Centino
  • Entrepreneur Sam Altman
  • Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper

  • Actor Scott Eastwood
  • Michael Dungan, CEO of Universal Music Group Nashville
  • Gigi Pritzker, producer

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The U.S. economy added 245,000 jobs in November, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.7% from 6.9%, the government said on Friday.

Why it matters: The labor market continues to recover even as coronavirus cases surge— though it's still millions of jobs short of the pre-pandemic level. The problem is that the rate of recovery is slowing significantly.

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Why it matters: President Trump had a contentious relationship with Fauci, who has been forced during the pandemic to correct many of the president's false claims about the coronavirus. Biden, meanwhile, has emphasized the importance of "listening to the scientists" throughout his campaign and transition.

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Joe Biden. Photo: Mark Makela/Gettu Images

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris sat down with CNN on Thursday for their first joint interview since the election.

The big picture: In the hour-long segment, the twosome laid out plans for responding to the pandemic, jump-starting the economy and managing the transition of power, among other priorities.