Weekly Wrap Up: A Great Pumpkin

A quick look at the week of October 25, 2010:

It's the Great Pumpkin:

White HouseQuote: “My favorite image will be the one I take tomorrow.” – Pete Souza, Chief Official White House Photographer and Director of the White House Photography Office, in a live video chat on WhiteHouse.gov. http://wh.gov/3wX and Souza's ten favorite photos: http://wh.gov/3mn

Your West Wing Week: "The Mysterious Case of Mysterious Case 55" Video: http://wh.gov/3dR

Fresh on Twitter: PressSec Something new: You take first crack. Use #1q in a q & I'll answer 1 on vid before today's briefing. What do you want to know? (Answer: http://wh.gov/3dN)

Actions We’re Taking: President Obama speaks on the security situation regarding suspicious packages bound for the United States. http://wh.gov/3wp

The Daily Show: President Obama talks to Jon Stewart: http://wh.gov/3p1

Notable Number: 2%. The Gross National Product (GDP) – a key measurement of our economic growth – grew at a 2.0% annual rate over the last three months. Video: The President on accelerating recovery: http://wh.gov/3vL

Energy Vampires: Secretary Chu says slay "energy vampires" (appliances that suck up energy even when turned off): http://on.fb.me/9HRA9c

National Energy Awareness Month: Solar panels on the White House and in the desert, 36 billion gallons of biofuels, and cleaner trucks: http://wh.gov/3vi

A First for Trucks and Buses: A proposal for the first national standards for emissions and fuel efficiency: http://wh.gov/3PP

Leveling the Playing Field: Elizabeth Warren talks about standing up the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: http://is.gd/gpqS9

You Asked, Axe: Answered: Senior Advisor to the President, David Axelrod, answered your questions in Tuesday Talks this week: http://wh.gov/3Vy

California Women's Conference: First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden go West: http://wh.gov/3Ev

The Science Guy: Check out a behind the scenes video from the White House Science Fair, including Bill Nye: http://wh.gov/3yh

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane…It’s a High-Speed Train: The Department of Transportation awards $2.4 billion to continue developing high-speed passenger rail corridors: http://wh.gov/3pV