Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (May 14th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 78 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Spamalot' creator Idle
'There ___ to be a law!'
'___ Was a Rollin' Stone' (Temptations hit)
1999 Brad Pitt movie hinted at by the beginnings of 17-, 21-, 39- and 52-Across
6-3 or 7-6, e.g
Addresses that may be linked on the web
Alternatives to Ubers
Angsty music genre
Appear (to be)
Banned pollutant, in brief
Birds ___ feather
Blood fluid
Blue jeans pioneer Strauss
Borden milk's cow
Caesar's rebuke to Brutus
Campbell who sang 'By the Time I Get to Phoenix'
Cards that may be 'wild' in poker
Carpe ___ (seize the day: Lat.)
Certain red dye
Code breaker
Commedia dell'___
Cy Young Award winner Hershiser
Derive by logic
Distribute, as resources
Diving gear
End of a drinking hose
Enero begins it
Faux ___
Fellow who might be senior class president, for short
Female friend of François
Fish tank gunk
Fishes that may shock you
Fowl raised for food
Gains muscle, with 'up'
Gas, oil or coal
Get going, as an old motorcycle or a new company
Go bananas
Good ___ (repaired perfectly)
Handyman's inits
Having a high metallic sound
Hawaiian dance
Hide a mike on
Lead-in to 'di' or 'da' in a Beatles song
Licorice flavoring
Like non-Rx drugs
Like some magazine perfume ads
Lose on purpose
Loud, as a crowd
Magazine of show business
Mets' former ballpark
Murders, mob-style
Nike competitor
Not just playing for fun
Parts of science courses
Party vessel with a ladle
Person, place or thing
Peter of 'The Maltese Falcon'
Planet demoted to 'dwarf planet' in 2006
Poet whose work inspired 'Cats'
Port St. ___, Fla
Rand McNally volume
Rapper with the 1996 double-platinum album 'Hard Core'
Recipe measure: Abbr
Rope in a Wild West show
Run up, as expenses
Spheres, in poetry
The N.C.A.A.'s Bruins
Tribal leaders
Trump portrayer Baldwin
Uses a rotary phone
Vocalize on a kazoo
What sirens do
Wolfish look
Woman of the Haus
Word repeated before 'pants on fire'
Word repeated while tapping a microphone