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By The Associated Press | Updated - May 4th, 2019 @ 9:41pm | Posted - May 3rd, 2019 @ 10:41pm

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Country House's stunning victory in the Kentucky Derby paid off big as a 65-1 long shot. The chestnut colt with Flavien Prat aboard paid $132.40, $56.60 and $24.60. The $132.40 to win was the second-highest payout in Derby history. Maximum Security crossed the finish line first in the race by 1¾ lengths with a time of 2:03.93 over 1¼ miles. But both the margin and time were wiped out by his disqualification.

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has observed a live-fire drill of long-range multiple rocket launchers and unspecified tactical guided weapons. The report by Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency on Sunday came a day after South Korea's military detected the North launching several unidentified short-range projectiles into the sea. The agency says Kim expressed "great satisfaction" over Saturday's drills.

UNDATED (AP) — Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his foreign policy experience a primary selling point to top donors to his presidential campaign. At a private fundraiser Saturday night in Columbia, South Carolina, Biden told several dozen donors that "at least 14 world leaders" have called him during President Donald Trump's tenure expressing unease. Biden says the U.S. under Trump "is about to squander alliances" built over generations.

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Gaza residents say an Israeli airstrike killed two militants in central Gaza Strip. Witnesses and local media reports identified the dead early Sunday as members of the military wing of the Islamic Jihad. This raises to six the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli airstrikes and tank shelling since Saturday. The dead included an infant and her pregnant mother.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say the Boeing 737 that rolled off a runaway at a military base in Florida and ended up in a river has no prior accidents. National Transportation Safety Board vice chairman Bruce Landsberg said Saturday that investigators will examine the aircraft, the environment and the human factor in trying to figure out why the plane rolled into the St. Johns River after landing at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

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