Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (September 3rd 2016) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 66 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Dona ___ Pacem' (Latin hymn)
Alternative to Wi-Fi
Blow away
Bread and drink
Buddy from the block
Charlie Bucket's creator
Chess situation in which any move is a bad move
Courtroom activity
Directive that has some teeth to it?
Double-dipping, e.g
Dump, e.g
Engages in a bit of back-and-forth
First name in court fiction
Four-time All-Star third baseman of the 1960s-'70s
Free from faults
Give background information
Goddesses guarding the gates of Olympus
Historic institution on the Jubilee River
Hits with a big charge
Hopper full of dirt?
Key to the city, e.g
Lack life
Latin word on Missouri's state seal
Lib. arts major
Light shades
Like many roasted potatoes
Man-to-man alternative
Means of inheritance
Mediterranean pizza topping
Name-dropper's word
Nascar Hall-of-Famer Jarrett and others
Neighbor of Victoria: Abbr
Not one-sided, in a way
Not working
Old letters in the mail
One of Us?
One on the Lee-ward side?
Oversize hip-hop tops
Political writer/blogger Klein
Pollen ___
Secluded spot
Second-largest body in the asteroid belt
Singer with the 1954 album 'Frontier Ballads'
Some sorority women
Something to get a spot out of?
Start to drift, say
Starting time?
They get picked up at clubs
Up until, in poetry
Utters unthinkingly
V feature
Visitors' announcement
Volunteer's place: Abbr
Wacky morning radio team