Continuing CBS News’ new-media blitz, the network launched a 60 Minutes channel on YouTube, which will offer stories that air on the Sunday-night broadcast on Monday mornings.

Steve Grove, head of YouTube News and Politics, wrote on the YouTube Blog:

But that’s not all: The 60 Minutes team wants to hear your feedback on the issues and the people their correspondents cover. So we’re partnering in a new program called, “Ask 60 Minutes,” where you can engage directly with their correspondents. This week, we’re featuring correspondent Lara Logan‘s story from the Afghanistan/Pakistan border, where she spent weeks with the 101st Airborne undergoing relentless attacks. The commanding officers in the piece all point to Pakistan as the staging area for attacks from foreign fighters — not only the Taliban, but Uzbeks, Chechens, Arabs, and Pakistanis, as well. Lara Logan wants to know what you think about the story: