Lawmakers from both parties called on the Bush administration Wednesday for money and accountability in a widening data security breach now encompassing nearly all active-duty military, Guard and Reserve members.

In the Senate, Democrats renewed their criticism of Veteran Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson and demanded his ouster following the agency’s disclosure Tuesday that personal information for 2.2 military personnel — not just 50,000 as initially believed — was stolen from a VA employee on May 3.