McDonald's announced Wednesday it would raise hourly pay for U.S. workers it directly employs, but not those who work for franchises. Starting July 1, McD's will pay at least $1 more than the minimum wage in each location. Each worker will also get up to five days of paid-time off per year. The raises and benefits won't apply to the 90 percent of McDonald's that are franchises. They are free to set their own pay rates.