Until the mystical power of the McGuffin Bands snatches him from the instant before he was shot and into the future, where he will appear for one panel in Ultimate Civil Secret World War Planet Cosmic Galactic Force. But that doesn't count.
Actually when they first announced that someone was going to die in Civil War my first thought was Cap. Then I unconvinced myself with "No, his book just got real popular again, why would they kill him?".
Well, he's been replaced a bunch of times, but the only times I can actually recall him "dying" were when he was frozen in ice (which was a retcon) and later on when he was wearing Cap armor he succumbed to some sort of disease or something. But then he was frozen and revived too. And it was awesome.
I was just catching up on New Avengers the other day.
Spidey and Spider-Woman are doing recon together and she tells him he's the strangest man she's ever met. He then proceeds to hit on her.
She asks, "Aren't you married?" and he says, no. And then she comments that she thought he was, to which he replies, "Nope, never."
which was probably just Bendis trying to be cute, but it would be interesting if Spider-Woman actually did remember him being married b/c she was off planet when OMD went down. But she didn't know him that well, so she just assumes she was wrong.