Donald Trump has recaptured the lead in the latest CBS News/New York Times poll of GOP voters nationwide, which finds Ben Carson falling to third place. Carson had led the survey in October but now falls to 13 percent support, according to results released Thursday. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is now Trump’s closest competition among GOP primary voters. Trump leads the Republican pack with 35 percent voter support, nearly 20 points ahead of Cruz’s 16 percent/The Hill. More here.