Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott headed to Moscow to try to calm Russian anger over the NATO raids as Boris Yeltsin intensified his opposition. Yeltsin's government today branded the bombing runs "genocide" against the Serbs. Yesterday, Moscow called upon the Security Council to halt the raids. Sally Donnelly reports from Moscow that Yeltsin is playing to the home team, talking tough as Russian parliamentary election campaigns proceed. "The Russians are suffering from 'former superpower angst'," Donnelly says. "If the U.S. had become a lesser power, and Russia and Europe were ignoring the U.S. and intervening in a place where it traditionally has influence, like Panama, then Americans would be upset too."