Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (August 10th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Big name in coverage
'Alea iacta ___': Julius Caesar
Jessica of 'Sin City'
Setting for the first Mickey Mouse cartoon
Kind of pressure
___ Rock, N.J
Big name in movie rentals
___-Caps (candy)
Shut out
Least believable
Like the Oscars and the Emmys
$100 bill, in slang
Main antagonist in George Orwell's '1984'
'Automatic for the People' band, 1992
Something New York and Los Angeles each have
Chervil or chives
'Do Ya' grp
Something that may be stiff
'La Loge' artist
Move to the right incrementally
Southwestern tree with needles
Farm young 'un
'Rotary phone,' for one
Multi-time Pro Bowl tight end Greg
One way to stand
'Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television' comedian
Frontier figure
'Well, looky here!'
One who arrives around Halloween
System of unspoken words, for short
Herbert of the 'Pink Panther' films
'You make a point'
Oscar winner Jannings
Time in Italy
Inept sort
Actor Cage, informally
Pacific capital
TV channel with the slogan 'Very funny'
Info to use against somebody, metaphorically
All-time record setter on 4/8/1974
Peter of 'My Favorite Year'
Wagner's oeuvre
Insolent talk
Angry shout to an umpire
Prefix with -metry
It might include 'New Folder' and 'Close Window'
Ranch sobriquet
Weapon in medieval warfare
It was launched with Sputnik
Where a rocky relationship may end
Begin writing
It's no six-pack, ironically
Where the brachialis muscle is found
Jean Auel heroine
Wind sources
Big name in conditioning
Sedated, say