The United States Senate released a wide array of discrimination data on Thursday.

More than $1 million of taxpayer's money was spent settling overall discrimination claims against Senate offices.

WUSA9's Mike Valerio reports $1,452,477.47 in the past 10 years were spent on settling the claims.

On Tuesday, congressional watchdog group the Congressional Office of Compliance (OOC) said it didn't have reliable data and could not release specific information related to sexual harassment claims.

“We lack information regarding the details of allegations or any evidence that might support or refute such allegations,” the Congressional Office of Compliance (OOC) said in a letter Monday.

Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va.) called on the watchdog to disclose how many sexual harassment complaints have been filed against each senator on Capitol Hill over the past 10 years.

The data released Thursday did not include settlement figures for each individual senator.