Oriana Zill de Granados is a producer of investigative stories at CBS News 60 Minutes, including “Armstrong,” “The Trouble with Treasure” and “Stem Cell Fraud.” Her most recent report “The Cost of Admission” featured allegations of Medicare fraud against the fourth largest for-profit hospital chain in the United States. Previously, she was producer and writer of The War We Are Living (2011), a documentary about women living through the war in Colombia as part of the PBS special series Women, War and Peace. She was producer and writer of documentaries, with Lowell Bergman, for PBS Frontline and Frontline/World, including The Card Game (2009), Black Money (2009), Crimes at the Border (2008), A Dangerous Business Revisited (2008), The Enemy Within (2006), and Drug Wars (2000). She has produced segments for PBS Expose, PBS Now with Bill Moyers, and ABC News Nightline. She is also the producer, director and writer of a CIR/Latino Public Broadcasting documentary, Nuestra Familia/Our Family, about Latino gangs in California’s farm towns, which aired nationally on PBS in 2006, and was awarded a 2006 IRE Medal for Crime Reporting and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists Documentary Award. Zill de Granados has also received several Emmy Awards, a George Foster Peabody Award, a Writer’s Guild Award, an Overseas Press Club Award and National Press Club Award, among others.