After a months-long break, the trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resumed Wednesday after an appeals court dismissed a motion to disqualify the presiding judge. The ailing Mubarak entered a Cairo court on a gurney, wearing a white defendant's jumpsuit. He is charged with ordering the killing of protesters to quash the uprising that ultimately ended his 30-year rule in February. Mubarak also faces corruption charges. He has pleaded not guilty. Former Egyptian Interior Minister Habib El Adly, six of his aides and two of Mubarak's sons are also on trial on a variety of charges.