Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (January 13th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 64 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Field work
With nothing on top
Noted boxing family
A Musketeer
Newfoundland or golden retriever
One-named singer with the 2016 #1 album 'A Seat at the Table'
Former Ecuadorean 'dollars'
___ facie (legal phrase)
A smartphone has lots of them
Nickname for baseball's Orlando Hernández
Palma's island
Foxes, e.g
___ stick
Noted blind mathematician
Parent, e.g
Go smoothly
Parts of pit crews
Alliance of groups against a common enemy
Annual June celebration
Pertaining to colored rings
Golfer Mickelson
Hernando's 'happy'
Bloom that's often white or lavender
Shakespearean fencer
2/2, in music
Camp out in the wilderness, say
Charles of 'Hill Street Blues'
'You don't have to explain'
Hope was once its driving force
Something with 'three deuces and a four-speed' in a 1964 hit
Chicken characteristic
Leave in a hurry
Spell out
Christopher Paolini best seller
Like an eisteddfod festival
Staff additions
What a physiognomist studies
Country music's Mike ___
London or Manchester
Strand during a storm, maybe
Croissan'wich alternative
Make more powerful, with 'up'
Stuck-up sort
Curry of the N.B.A
'Well done!'
Measure of data transfer speed, for short
Successor to Churchill
30, on a table
Does some runs
1940 Fonda role
Measures of sharpness
Throw a bomb
N.H.L. Eastern Conference team, on scoreboards
Touchy subject
Neighbor of Allemagne
Fast-food icon, with 'the'