Great news, guys! The Cold War is over. For those of us who just didn't buy the whole "Berlin Wall coming down" thing or the "Collapse of the Soviet Union" thing, it is now "officially official." President Bush, while meeting with Russian President Putin last Friday, stated "We spent a lot of time in our relationship trying to get rid of the Cold War. It's over. It ended." Now that that's to bed, let's turn our eyes to... Russia! What? Again? Yes, Lawrence Scott Sheets says that the danger posed by bomb-making materials left over from the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 is very real. He's written an article in the April issue of "The Atlantic" about small-time crooks caught smuggling weapons-grade uranium. Lawrence Scott Sheets speaks with Faith Salie on Fair Game.