Nine years after invading and occupying Iraq, U.S. military forces officially left the country in December, leaving behind a mammoth embassy.
Right after the 9/11 attacks, the United States government launched two wars, creating hundreds of thousands more victims, and took away rights and freedoms of people living in the United States, too. Here, IndyKids takes a look at what has happened after, and in the name of, September 11, 2001.
The world now knows about a mass killing that happened on July 12, 2007, in a place called New Baghdad, Iraq. A videotape shows U.S. soldiers shooting from a helicopter and killing at least 12 people.
Eight years after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, the war continues with record numbers of U.S. troops killed. Now more Americans and Afghanis would like to see the U.S. military out of Afghanistan.
Congress voted to give $96 billion more for the military to continue fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.