Voters in a total of 13 states cast their ballots or caucus on Tuesday, March 1, the biggest single day in the primary season.
"I think it's going to be a tough fight," Sanders told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos Sunday on "This Week." "I think we can win this thing."
Sanders, who finished with a mere 26 percent of the vote, found a silver lining in results in the voting of one demographic of the South Carolina electorate.
"We got decimated. The only positive thing was for us is we won the 29 years of age and younger vote," he said. "But we got killed."
A 23-year-old man in custody accused of posing as a teenager and attending a Pennsylvania high school is now facing more charges for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old while he was 22.
Artur Samarin, who went by the name "Asher Potts," was charged Friday with statutory sexual assault and corruption of minors for his alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student in 2014, the Harrisburg Police said. Police say Samarin was 22 at the time.
Samarin had not yet been arraigned on these charges as of Friday, the police said.
Samarin was first identified by police on Dec. 11 when the Harrisburg Police received a complaint alleging that a student attending John Harris High School named "Asher Potts" was Samarin, an adult in the U.S. illegally, who was having sexual relationships with female students, according to police.
After all the Oscars are handed out, the celebrities make their way to the official after-party: the Governors Ball.
The bash, attended by some 1,500 people, has been in the works for more than six months, according to event producer Cheryl Cecchetto, the founder of Sequoia Productions.
Academy governor Jeffrey Kurland announced earlier this month that the theme of this year's party is art, and it will feature more than 170 black-and-white caricatures of celebrities from Alfred Hitchcock to Whoopi Goldberg.
Prince William believes fatherhood may be his toughest role yet.
Speaking to guests Friday at the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, of which he is patron, Prince William joked about his rambunctious children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
"No broken bones yet but they're trying. Running around, pushing things, jumping," he said. "Please tell me it gets easier."
Like any proud father, William gushed about his 10-month-old daughter.
"Charlotte is very easy, very sweet but all the fathers say, 'Just you wait. When they get to 9, 10, 11, they go crazy,'" he said.