"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2013
EVIDENCE OF INNOCENCE - Michael Morton was finally freed when DNA evidence exonerated him after 25 years in prison; he speaks out in his first interview. As Lara Logan reports, Morton's case is one of a series of high profile wrongful convictions that have cast a harsh light on prosecutors. Andy Court and Anya Bourg are the producers.
CRACKDOWN IN RUSSIA - Female punk protest band Pussy Riot piqued the ire of Russian authorities after they staged an anti-Putin rally in Moscow's largest cathedral. The subsequent viral video of the stunt and stiff prison sentences for some of its members made the band a cause celebre. Lesley Stahl reports. Shachar Bar-On and Alexandra Poolos are the producers.
DESIGN THINKING - The term refers to incorporating human behavior into design and David Kelley and his Silicon Valley company IDEO have used this approach to create some of the world's most iconic products, like the stand-up toothpaste tube and the computer mouse for Apple. Charlie Rose profiles the man and his company. Katherine Davis is the producer.