Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (November 24th 2017) 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.

What we have 'in order not to die of the truth,' per Nietzsche
Cal tecs?
'You can't stop me!'
High-and-mighty sort
With only slight provocation ... as suggested by some black squares in this puzzle
Sci-fi beeper
Childproofing option
It has the world's highest per capita income
Sci-fi TV series before 'DS9'
Chip maker
Its shell isn't hard
Singer Green and others
Chocolate truffle filling
Literary orphan who lived for a while in a cupboard
Snapping ... as suggested by some black squares in this puzzle
City govt. official
Meter masters
Something the narrator of 'A Visit From St. Nicholas' threw up
Cogitate (on)
Name on an annual literary award
Squids' squirters
Compact Mercedes-Benz
No longer flexible
State quarters?
Assumed the hero pose, in yoga
Dearest, in Dijon
Not even slightly
Staten Island Railway inits
Dish whose name means 'pierce flesh'
Not remote
E.R. staples
Asian capital that's home to Jokhang Temple
One forced to take the blame
Enhance, as a recording
Summer shade
Attack, as a gnat
One surrounded at sea
Fall ___
Thanks for waiting
Attraction on the bank of the Yamuna River
Oscar follower, in communications
Football lineman
Ferris wheel part
Beam that might hit someone hard?
Parenting challenges
Former telco giant
Fictional hero who wore a sombrero cordobés
Trattoria treat
Board near a gate
Person picking a ticket
Quick flight
Go for
Fitbit had one in 2015, for short
Trumpet vine, e.g
Branch from an artery
Pincered bugs
Goes through the motions of?
Villain whose alter ego is Edward Nigma
Brandy cocktails
Plan for later yrs
Got things down
What can get two feet higher
Brave person, typically?
Bread also called khamiri