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crontab -l [user]
List crontabs for user which are located in /var/spool/cron/crontabs.
I don't know of any command or way to list actual running cron jobs, unless you grep running process for crond and if it's running presume that all user's cron jobs are in fact running, or will run at the specified time unless there's a problem with the job. crond just runs every minute looking for crontabs to execute.